Apple Updates Boot Camp With Windows 10 Support For Mac

Posted: Aug 14 2015, 9:18am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple Updates Boot Camp with Windows 10 Support for Mac
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  • MacBook user can run Windows 10 through Apple’s Boot camp!

Apple’s Boot camp double utility has been updated to version 6 for running the Windows 10.

Mac users can now finally enjoy Windows 10. The new updated version of the Boot camp utility allows Windows 10. The version 6 of Boot camp offers Windows 10 on a number of Mac models.

On Wednesday a support document was posted by Apple. It contains the list of Mac models compatible with Windows 10. For Windows 10 to work Mac users first need the Boot camp version 6.

The document also details how users can download Windows 10. The MacBook’s will support the dual environment on a single PC.
The boot camp was specifically designed for users who wish to run the Windows. The Windows can be run on the same Apple device with the Microsoft OS.

By using the boot camp users can choose which operating system they want to see whenever their device opens. The boot camp even allows users to share documents between the OS X by Mac and the Windows by Microsoft.

The downside of the boot camp is slow performance by the device. Since two processing systems run on the device.

The new version of Boot camp allows certain features of Mac to run in Windows 10. Features such as USB 3, USB-C, Thunderbolt high-speed port, and the built-in SD can all be utilized in Windows 10.

The boot camp capability is already built in the Mac devices. Only activation is required by going into configuration. The new update for version 6 can also be checked from the official Apple site.

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