Mac users can now dual-boot OS X with the 32 or 64 bit version of Windows 10 using the Boot Camp version 6
Apple on late Wednesday has released an update to Boot Camp with support to Windows 10. Mac users can now officially run Windows 10 through an updated version of Apple’s Boot Camp dual-boot utility. All they need to do is download the latest official drivers and updates for Boot Camp 6 that will be required to run Windows 10 along Mac OS X on their Mac PCs and Notebooks.
The Apple support document provides the list of Macbooks and iMacs that support dual booting with Windows 10 via the release of Boot Camp version 6 and describes how to install Microsoft’s new OS for the dual-boot environment.