In OS X, the Boot Camp Assistant app will help you partition your Mac hard drive to accommodate both operating systems, so you can install Windows from an installation disk or an ISO image stored on a USB flash drive.
In fact, most Macs since late 2012 support Windows 10. Before we look at ways to run Windows on a Mac, we'd better cover the important process of obtaining a Windows licence key and installation media. This is marginally more complicated to do and requires a third-party application such as Parallels Desktop for Mac or VMware Fusion.
Bear in mind that it's easy to download Windows 10 on a PC thanks to the Get Windows 10 app, but if you want a copy to run on your Mac it's a bit trickier. It means you can switch rapidly from Mac to Windows, but it does mean that your Mac's processor, memory and so on are having to run two OSes simultaneously. We're going to plump for the second option first, and look at using VMware Fusion to run Windows on a Mac.
There are a few ways to run Windows on a Mac, all of which will require you to purchase a Windows licence.
A copy of Windows 10 costs £119.99 from Microsoft's online store, but you can usually get it for less on Amazon.
I assume here that your current configuration is the default "Out of the Box" OS X installation. I suppose I could find some batteries and see if it works with Windows 10. Some delete USB3 driver in recovery mode, some just update keyboard driver manually.
I do not consider the process to be that difficult. I imagine the keyboard has to be paired with the i Mac. I tried several and had no [email protected]: You can use the option key on startup.
I took much encouragement from the accepted answer below.
But be aware I originally had windows 7 Pro 64bit and used the official in-place upgrade to 10 by Microsoft.
The most challenging step is creating the FAT formatted partition labeled BOOTCAMP. But Apple Keyboard stopped working after I installed Boot Camp drivers. Also, from OS X, you can select the default operating system using System Preferences.