Updating boot camp
Whether it's for a great gaming experience or you just want to try out Windows 10 on Apple's svelte hardware, here's how to get it all set up. Make sure you have at least 64GB of free space on your hard drive for the Windows installation.If you own an i Mac with 3TB or more, check out this Apple Support document for more information on installing Windows 10 on your machine through Boot Camp. During the installation process, you can set the Windows partition to whatever size you want, as long as the drive has enough storage.The update, Boot Camp 6, is still propagating and is not yet available for OS X.However, several forum members have noted the update is available within Windows partitions in Boot Camp, Apple's tool to allow Intel Mac owners to dual boot OS X and Windows.Your Mac will now restart, and you'll be brought right back to mac OS.To get back to Windows 10, and indeed another way to switch from Windows 10 to mac OS, is to restart your Mac and hold down the Option key on your keyboard until a boot menu appears. Now that you have Windows 10 installed on your Mac, you can update it to the Creators Update. The Creators Update should begin downloading and will install.Boot Camp requires an authentic copy of Windows 10 for a new installation, which can be purchased from Microsoft in an ISO file or USB stick for 9.
You can download it straight to your internal hard drive.This is an important process, as it installs a bunch of drivers and software that will help make your Windows 10 experience as good as possible on your Mac.