Apple now supports Windows 10 installations on the Mac

Apple has allowed users to install Windows on the Mac for years now, through a service called Boot Camp. This allows you to dual boot Windows when needed, and the experience is rather pleasant, given how simple it is to make a Mac feel like if was made to run Windows. Each new version of Windows requires an update to the service, and Apple has corresponded today.

Apple has just launched Boot Camp 6, an update that now supports Windows 10 to run on the Mac. Boot Camp 6 also provides updates to Apple’s drivers, which will allow Windows 10 to support additional Mac features features like USB 3, USB-C, Thunderbolt, built-in SD, SDXC, external Apple SuperDrives, and Apple’s basic wireless peripherals, etc. All you’ll need is a fresh copy of Windows 10 on an ISO or USB Stick, or to have an upgradable version of Windows ready for an update.

The roll out isn’t happening immediately though, so keep an eye on your Mac App Store.


Source: Apple
Via: Mac Rumors

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