Windows 10 is an amazing operating system. While it does come with certain quirks and minor issues, but no operating system is perfect. Virtual Machines have become an amazing option for creating partitions in the hard drive so that users can install Windows OS via Boot Camp. Hence, this allows users to run Windows on their Mac computers. By starting the boot camp window, users can run MacOS and Windows at the same time. In this blog, we will discuss the process of running Windows 10 on a Mac using VMware.
Install Windows 10
If you want to install Windows 10 on your Mac, then you need to follow the instructions given below.
- First of all, go to the “Microsoft Windows 10 ISO download page” on your preferred web browser.
- You should click on Select Edition & Windows 10.
- You have to click on Confirm.
- Select 64-bit Download.
- Then click on Save to begin the download.
Downloading & Installing VMWare Fusion 10
You can download & install VMWare Fusion 10. Follow the instructions given below.
- To get started, twice click on VMwareFusion.dmg file to enter it.
- You should twice click on “Double-click to Install”.
- When the prompt comes, confirm that you would like to run the application.
- Choose one of the choices for how you would like to install Fusion 10, either with buy now, license key or free 30 days trial.
- Thereafter click on Continue.
- Choose whether you would like to install Fusion 10 or Fusion 10 Pro, if you are using a free trial version.
- Now, click on Continue.
- When the prompt comes, input the Mac login details.
- Later, you should click on OK.
- Move the ISO Windows 10 file to the Installation Method screen.
- Click on Continue.
- Check the box of Use Easy Install. If you are satisfied with the set up of installation settings, uncheck the box.
- You have to make a “Windows login account name & password.”
- Then input the Windows Product key.
- Choose the Windows version you are running.
- Choose the level of integration. If you would like to share MacBook documents with Windows.
- If you would like to keep separate Windows & Mac data, use More isolated.
- Click on Continue.
- You have to click on Finish.
- Now, click on Save to store this new virtual machine to the Virtual Machines folder.
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