Microsoft have introduced the new Windows 10 OS that allows to run both Windows and Mac on the same computer is prosperous that you can enjoy the exclusive experience of having Mac and Windows Operating System on the same machine. This is compatible on different editions of Macintosh such as MacBook, iMac, Mac mini or Mac Pro.
There are several methods of installing and running Windows 10 on Macintosh computer such as Boot Camp, virtual machine, etc.
Ethical way to install Windows 10 on Mac Computer is either by Virtual Machine or Boot Camp?
These are the two easiest methods to install Windows on a Mac. You can use a virtualization program, which runs Windows 10 like application upon existing Macintosh OS or make use of Apple’s built-in Boot Camp program to divide your HDD to experience Windows OS on a Mac machine.
Experience Windows 10 on Macintosh using Virtual Box for OS X
Are you willing to install MS Windows 10 on a Macintosh? Then make use of Virtual Box to run and install Windows 10 on your system. This process turns Windows Operating System into a virtual machine upon existing Mac OS X system software which is basically like running any other application, but makes it much simple than configuring Boot Camp for a native Windows experience.
The process of setting up Windows 10 to run on the Macintosh is very easy and just the primitive requirements are needed. To start these process, first you have to install Microsoft Windows 10 ISO to get Virtual Box. The rest is just a matter of following the simple instructions and soon you will be having Windows running in OS X within short interval of time.
Install Windows 10 on Mac with Boot Camp
To install Windows 10 on Mac OS X, you have to download Windows ISO file and create boot disk then just by following the few simple steps you will have Windows 10 on your Mac. Enjoy Windows 10!
You can install Windows on any isolated sector of the drive using inbuilt Boot Camp. Thus you can boot your Mac devices precisely into Windows 10, as if it was a Windows system.
Both Boot Camp and Virtual machine are optimal choice based on your requirements but in general we suggest to use Boot Camp to dual boot your Macintosh OS, increases performance because the guest Operating System is directly using your system drive. However, if you are concerned about your system and doesn’t want to affect it in that case make use of virtual because if fault or errors occurs on a virtual machine, it doesn’t alter hard disk or OS X installation, you can just delete and try it out as a new start over.