You Can Now Install Windows 10 on Your 16-Inch MacBook Pro
I know I know; It sounds a little blasphemous if you’ve just spent over $ 2,000 on a new 16-inch MacBook Pro, but we live in an era where kittens and puppies can be friends. And if you want to run macOS and Windows 10 on the same system, you should feel like you can do it without upsetting the Apple gods (or fans).
At least that’s what they thought. However, if you’ve recently tried installing Boot Camp on your newly purchased MacBook Pro, you were probably a little disappointed that you couldn’t get it to work. Unfortunately, your Mac was too new and there weren’t yet any drivers available to run Boot Camp (and Windows 10) on it.
Apple has since fixed this issue and you should now be able to run Boot Camp Assistant without any problems. In fact, you don’t need to run a system update on your Mac or anything like that to get started. Just open Boot Camp Assistant. That’s all.
As part of the Boot Camp process, you’ll need to make sure you’ve downloaded the latest Windows 10 .ISO and make sure you have at least 40GB or so of free space on your drive. for the new Windows partition.
Otherwise, installing Windows 10 on a MacBook is a fairly straightforward process. Remember to hold Option while booting your MacBook so you can quickly switch to one operating system or another (or set the default boot disk for what you normally use through System Preferences).