The first method is to update your computer directly through the Mac App Store.
However, this method is generally not recommended, as it doesn't give you a large measure of control over the updating process.
The simplest source for keeping up to date with news on Mac OS X updates is tonymacx86
Every time there is a major system update, the administrators on tonymacx86 will make a news post on the front page of their website.
The documentation on tonymacx86 for upgrading to mac OS High Sierra worked perfectly for me.
The only things worth mentioning here are: Getting the NVIDIA Web Driver to initiate on boot was what took up most of the non-waiting-for-the-computer-to-do-its-thing time.
If your Hackintosh runs OS X 10.11 (aka "El Capitan") or newer, it most likely uses Clover bootloader, which allows you to simply update OS X from the Mac App Store with relatively little trouble.
This installation process will take a few minutes-- once the installer finishes, it will ask you to reboot. You won't need to install the updates for 10.8.1, 10.8.2, or 10.8.3-- the combo update handles all of it for you.Apple rolls out system updates periodically, and if you want your Hackintosh to be running the latest and greatest versions of OS X, you're going to have to deal with these system updates at least a few times each year.While most of these updates are relatively harmless, every new version of Mac OS X has to potential to cause new problems with your hardware. UPDATE (December 6, 2015): This guide is aimed at Hackintoshes that use Chimera or Chameleon bootloader to run Mac OS X.If you’re upgrading your Hackintosh from Sierra to High Sierra, this shouldn’t be as time consuming, as you’ll have already dealt with the fact that doesn’t work anymore.As I skipped Sierra I didn’t know about that change though and had to spend some time Googling around before finding the solution.