This page contains links to the various websites listed in the eBook. Each link will open up to a new window in your browser.
Clover Bootloader - More advanced than Chameleon and installs itself on the EFI partition of your hard drive (advanced users only).
Clover Configurator - Helpful program to set your Hackintosh's SMBIOS and other helpful settings.
NullEthernet Kext - If your machine does not have an Ethernet port or your existing port is fried, this NullEthernet kext will help trick your machine into thinking that it has a working Ethernet port and will allow you access to the Apple App Store.
Transmission-QT - Torrent download program for Windows (sourceforge.net website)
MacPois0n - Helpful Hackintosh Post-Installation utility by InsanelyDeepak. also available from Hackintosh Zone
Chameleon Wizard - Helper program assisting with boot files, DSDT, themes, and more
Temporary WiFi Files - Two essential files to get WiFi working on early versions of Yosemite, El Capitan, and Sierra.
Price Comparator - Excel and LibreOffice/OpenOffice-compatible spreadsheets that helps calculate the best price among vendors
TonymacX86.com - Features extensive forums on OS X and has the UniBeast, MultiBeast, and other essential files
Hackintosh Zone - Features Niresh versions of Mavericks and Yosemite for Intel and AMD processors, and contains other helpful files and forums
Wikipedia - Has essential information regarding processors and hardware information
eXtreme Power Supply Calculator - Web guide that gives you a preview of the power supply you'll need based on your hardware
OrderedBytes.com - Site for ControllerMate software that allows you to route actions to USB input devices
Monoprice.com - Website for the premium cables and adapters at rock-bottom prices
PCPartPicker.com - Beneficial site to help you configure and budget a system from the ground up
BIOS / Disk Selection Keys - Shows what keys to press to access the BIOS/UEFI and hard drives upon startup for popular boards
Common Boot Flags - Page on MacBreaker.com shows some of the more common boot flags used for troubleshooting
Make your own DSDT - Another page from MacBreaker.com provides detailed instructions for rolling out your own DSDT
Edit the SSDT - MacMan's post on how to edit the SSDT for your system