There are many reasons why you would want to run Windows on your Mac computer. Perhaps you need to run a Windows-only application, or you actually prefer the look and feel of the Microsoft operating system. Whatever your reason, you have two main options for doing this.
Which method is right for you depends on your budget, how often you plan to use Windows, and how old your Mac is. We’ve covered both here for you to make your choice or switch between the two if needed.
And just in case you were wondering, you can’t run macOS on a Windows computer — at least not that easily. Apple does not make its software available for non-Apple computers. So if you want to try your luck, this is what you have to do Follow unofficial workarounds you may feel are more trouble than they are worth.
Option 1: boot camp
apples Bootcamp is a built-in app that sets up your computer as a dual-boot system, allowing you to choose between loading Windows or macOS…