Have you ever wanted an Apple computer, but were not quite comfortable letting go of your Microsoft Windows operation system? If so, all of your troubles have been dissolved away.
You can now run the new Microsoft’s Windows 10 operation system on your Mac! And if you’re on pins and needles to start the new experience today, you have a few steps you must make sure you follow in order to get things working, according to TechCrunch.
Apple’s Boot Camp is to thank for the opportunity to give the new operating system a spin, even if you only own a Mac computer. As long as you have a Mac that is not older than about mid-2012 and you are also running the most recent version of OS X, then you are good to go to give Windows 10 a try without too much effort.
Apple’s updated Boot Camp also allows users to upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 to the 10 version if the user has a prior build running on the machine. But if you do not already have Windows installed, then the only option is to buy a copy of the code. Microsoft is only offering a year of free upgrades, not free use for everyone.
But the jury is still out on the overall review of Windows 10. TechCrunch stated their initial impression of the system: “Lots of promise, more polish than Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, and a return to desktop preeminence. That and it’s still a big buggy.”
As for Microsoft’s thoughts on Apple letting it’s users to access their Windows 10? They don’t seem to be bothered at all so far. So far, the software company does not seem too concerned with what devices are actually utilizing the operation system, but just in the fact that the operating system is being used.