If you wish to install Windows 10 on your Mac’s internal drive, then you have landed on the right page. You can install Windows 10 on a Mac easily by means of Microsoft’s Windows 10 ISO download and the Mac OS Boot Camp Assistant. Using Boot Camp for installation of Windows 10 is surely little time consuming, but one can do so without any difficulty.
So check out the step by step guide on how to install Windows 10 on a Mac Using Boot Camp successfully.
What you need to install Windows 10 on your Mac
Before you switch to trying the method you must check whether you have Mac or not which supports Windows 10 installation.
- MacBook Pro (2012 and later)
- MacBook Air (2012 and later)
- MacBook (2015 and later)
- iMac (2012 and later)
- Mac mini (2012 and later)
- Mac mini Server (Late 2012)
- Mac Pro (Late 2013)
Install Windows 10 on a Mac – Boot Camp
Also, it is recommended that you create the backup of your Mac in case you encounter any problem. Well, let’s begin the process now with the ISO file.
How to download the Windows 10 ISO file
You will need Windows 10 ISO file for this guide.
Step 1- Go to the Microsoft Windows 10 ISO download page.
Step 2- Select Windows 10 edition that you need. Download the Creators Update.
Step 3- Confirm > Select the language > Confirm.
Step 4- Click on 64-bit Download file and wait for some time. This will download Windows 10 ISO file.
How to install Windows 10 with Boot Camp
Step 1- Open the Boot Camp Assistant.on your Mac > Continue > Boot Camp will now automatically find the ISO file.
Step 2- Set default storage and install.
Step 3- Type your password > OK. Now Mac will restart and then choose language > install.
Step 4- Type product key and wait for confirmation > Click Next.
Step 5- Click Custom: Install Windows Only.
Step 6- Drive 0 Partition X: BOOTCAMP > Next. Windows 10 will now get installed.
Step 7- Express Settings or Customize Installation.
Step 8- Type a username – password > Next. Windows 10 will now boot normally.
You can see that Windows 10 will successfully installed on your Mac. Hope you liked this article. Comment below if you need any help.