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How to Install Windows 10 on MacBook or iMac with BootCamp

Yeeeh finally Microsoft has released Windows 10 even its still a technical preview but i 've been enjoying it a lot so i decided to install Windows 10 on the MacBook Pro I’ve been using. rathaer than my Dell laptop.

If you need to install Windows on your Mac, you have a few options: software like VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop can help you get the job done so you don't have to reboot each time you want to use it, but if you want truly native performance — important for gamers and others looking to eke every last drop out of their Mac — Boot Camp is the way to go. Here's a step by step guide to make it happen.

The portal to running Windows on Macs is Boot Camp. The OS X software is designed to simplify the process for users, by offering an easy to follow wizard that can be used to create bootable Windows USB drives (and DVDs for older Macs), download drivers, partition the internal drive to make room for the new OS and kick off the installation process. It is very, very user-friendly. Well, most of the time...

 In order to install Windows 10 through Boot Camp, the internal drive (HDD or SSD, depending on your configuration) must have only a single user-available partition, otherwise the application will throw an error asking the user to rectify the problem to continue. That is the simple explanation. This problem is not limited to Windows 10, as it affects older versions of the OS too, on Macs.

Step 1: Create a bootable Windows 10 USB or DVD using the ISO images of Windows 10. You can download the Windows 10 Technical Preview from here.

Step 2
: Download Boot camp from here then Search for Boot Camp assistant from the Finder and run it .

Step 3: Choose Install Windows 7 under Select Tasks screen and you also should select the option Download the latest Windows support software from Apple.

Step 4: Click on Continue. The option will turn to Remove Windows 7 if you have already had a Windows version on your Mac, so you must be careful.


Step 5: Now you’ll have a choice of where to play the support software files. These drivers help your make communication with Windows, an operating system it wasn’t designed for. You can send these drivers to a CD/DVD or to a USB drive – your choice. Don’t place them on the same USB drive that contains your Windows .ISO, though.



Step 6 : Now you can create a new partition to install Windows 10. Drag the divider to set the size of the Windows partition, it should be at least 20 GB for 64 bit and 16 GB for 32 bit.
 

Step 7: Insert the Windows 10 USB or DVD into your Mac and hit the Install button available inside the Boot Camp Assistant wizard.

This will start the familiar Windows 10 installation process on your Mac. You just need to choose the disk partition “BOOTCAMP” to install. If you have an issue requiring to install into a NTFS partition, just go to advanced Drive options and hit the F key to format that partition to NTFS format. Then you can follow the process and use the provided product key when prompted.

After finishing, you can switch between Windows 10 and Mac OS by holding the Option (Alt) key at start up

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