“In the summer of 2014, Apple offered enrollees in its AppleSeed program a chance to try out the public beta of OS X Yosemite long before its actual release,” Peter Cohen reports for iMore.
“Now, you can do the same thing for Microsoft’s forthcoming release of Windows 10,” Cohen reports. “What’s more, it’s almost trivial to install on the Mac, and you don’t need to spend a dime doing it.”
“Before you get Windows on your Mac, you have to decide how you want to run it: virtually within OS X, or on a separate hard drive partition using Boot Camp,” Cohen reports. “Using software provided by Apple, you can turn your Mac into a dual-booting computer capable of running Windows or OS X natively.”
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