Windows based PCs have always been the primary choice of a lot of users due to the vast array of software and applications available for the platform and also the ease of access. However, what the MacBook provides is a whole new level of speed computing and also a variety of features and shortcuts which makes using a PC a lot more fun. Want the best of both worlds? Follow the steps below to learn and successfully install a Windows software on your MacBook Pro.
First thing you need to do is ensure that all external devices such as USB drives, or external hard disks etc. are unplugged.
Next you are going to need the ‘64 Bit ISO file for the Windows OS’. This can be found at the official website of Microsoft.
Go to your list of applications and open the app called ‘Bootcamp’. Tick the box titled ‘Create a Windows 8 or later Version Install Disk’ then click on the 'Continue' button.
You will be asked to choose a file. Select the ‘ISO File’ which you downloaded.
On the next page you will notice a slider, which you can move around to decide how much space the Windows compartment of your PC will have. Give it a good enough space.
Click the ‘Install’ button and enter your ‘Administrator Password’ when asked.
The installation will begin, and once it ends your system will ‘Reboot’.
When the reboot ends you will be provided the two segments you created during the process, choose the one titled ‘Windows’.
Now you should be able to install any Windows software on your MacBook Pro.