Macs have been increasingly popular in recent days. However, sometimes, even you've bought a new MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, you still have to run Windows on a Mac. This could happen for a variety of reasons like there's an application your company uses that's only available for Windows, or you're a web developer and you need to test your sites in a true native Windows web browser. Or maybe you want to play computer games that aren't available for OS X. Whatever your reason for running Windows, let's focus on our topic and see how to run Windows on a Mac using Apple's Boot Camp.
In order to dual boot Windows and Mac on the same Mac computer, you need the help of Boot Camp. Just follow the steps below to learn details.
During the process, do not cancel any installations, or you may get errors. After the installation is complete, reboot your computer. You can then choose whether to run Windows or Mac on your Mac computer by using the Option key.
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