There are two ways of running Windows on any recent Mac — either through Apple's BootCamp or underneath a virtualization product like Fusion or Parallels . After a few initial issues including an unresponsive Start menu that was fixed by a restart, The Verge's MacBook Air running Windows 10 ran. Check out two main ways of installing Windows on Mac: Boot Camp and MacBook Pro ( and later); MacBook Air ( and later); iMac. To help Apple users enjoy the Microsoft way, we've put together this guide on how to install Windows 10 on a Mac. Your Mac will need to be able to run Windows and you'll have to buy a legitimate Apple MacBook Air If you're looking to install Windows on your Mac, Boot Camp is the best way to MacBook Pro ( and later); MacBook Air ( and later). Boot Camp helps you install Microsoft Windows on your Mac. MacBook Pro ( and later); MacBook Air ( and later); MacBook ( One of the benefits of using a Mac is that it gives you the choice of either running macOS on its own, or installing Windows for those occasions. Installing Windows on another partition of your MacBook Air's hard drive will let Windows perform at full strength with full access to your laptop's hardware. Apple's Boot Camp utility simplifies the process so anyone with a Windows installation disk can dual-boot both Windows and. While Mac OS X works well for most tasks, there are times when it just can't do More often than not this means running Windows on your Mac.