If you ever wondered what it feels like to run Windows 10 on an Apple machine then it looks like God’s finally answered your prayer. Apple recently updated their Boot Camp which has made it possible for users to install Windows 10 on their Macs’.
Apple has released a long list of ifs’ and buts’ for those who intent to get a taste of Windows 10 on their Mac devices. However it all comes down to a few things. If you have a Mac that’s no older than mid 2012 and if you happen to have the recent build of OS X operating system, then getting Windows 10 for your Mac should be an easy affair.
The updated Boot Camp will also enable its users to simply upgrade from Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 in case you have these versions already running on your machine. However, if you are not one of those, then you might just have to shell out some bucks for getting your own copy of Windows 10. Microsoft is also promising to provide free set of upgrades for one whole year.
Windows 10 is undoubtedly a big leap from Windows 8. It combines the good features of Windows 8 and the one before it i.e. Windows 7. Though it is a bit buggy at the moment, but Microsoft is promising to release scheduled updates to make sure its new OS runs smooth on every system out there. Now that Apple is making it easier for people to run Windows 10, it seems like Microsoft has hardly anything to complain about since it will only help them to reach a bigger audience.