It’s not that hard to install Windows on a Mac, Apple actually provides its own tool for this purpose called Boot Camp. Setting everything up doesn’t take too long and once it’s up and running you can use both OS X and Windows on the same machine. Now that Windows 10 is out many were waiting on Apple to update its Boot Camp tool and today it has released an updated version which does indeed bring official Windows 10 support to Boot Camp.
Boot Camp now supports Windows 10 on 64-bit Macs and includes drivers for USB 3 on recent Mac machines as well as the lone USB Type-C port on the 12-inch MacBook.
If you happen to have a Mac that was released over the last couple of years then sure enough you can use Boot Camp to run Windows 10 on your machine. Any issues with built-in SD or SDXC card slot for Windows 10 will be addressed by the updated Boot Camp and the latest drivers that come with it.
Apple will continue to support Boot Camp for Windows 10 from now on so we can be sure that it’s going to release updates if any issues arise with battery life, trackpad or anything else in the future.