While most people will upgrade to Windows 10 on a regular PC, many other users with the need to use Microsoft’s operating system, but using a Mac, are likely to go with Boot Camp. Today, Apple is releasing a new update for the Boot Camp tool that finally brings Windows 10 support on 64-bit computers running OS X Yosemite.
Boot Camp 6 includes support for the most recent Macs with drivers for USB 3.0, USB-C, Thunderbolt, built-in SD or SDXC card slot, as well asUSB Apple SuperDrive, Apple keyboard, trackpad, and mouse.
Apple is supporting a number of its 2012-15 computer models, including MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac Mini, and the Mac Pro.
The company also recommends that if you’re having trouble with features and drivers or If you have previously installed Windows 10 on your Mac, you should try reinstalling or updating the Boot Camp support software using the Boot Camp Assistant.
Now that Apple is officially adding support to install Windows 10 on Macs, we can continue to expect the company updating its Boot Camp software to keep improving the experience and to address any other issues such as battery life and trackpad performance, which many people have been reporting after the installation of Windows 10.