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Parallels Desktop 15: Install Windows 10 on macOS

There are several ways to install Windows 10 on Macbook. The most well-known ways use the built-in Boot Camp tool, which is similar to Dual Boot Windows feature.

Another well-known way is to use virtual machine, which in simple words "creates" a new computer in the already running operating system. Using this method, we can install many different operating systems in the main system we use.

A big advantage of virtual machines and at the same time a disadvantage of bootcamp is the ability to use the new operating system without having to restart first. Also, the virtual machine does not need a separate space, while Apple's Boot Camp requires the user to create a new partition in order to function.

So Parallels Desktop 15 is a vm application that allows you to use windows 10 and all the applications of the operating system, in MacOS. By creating a virtual machine on a mac with Parallels Desktop, you can easily use all Windows services.

The advantage of the program, however, is that to use it, you need a license that costs $ 80.

Install Windows 10 on macOS using Parallels Desktop 15:

  1. The first step is to download the application by clicking here.
  2. Install the file you just downloaded.
  3. Allow the rights required by program.

Once the installation is complete, the application will automatically take you to the Windows 10 installation. In this window you can select "Install Windows" to download the latest version of the operating system or select "skip" if you already have ISO Windows 10 file.

Parallels Desktop 15: Install Windows 10 on macOS

Then you need to select file> new> install from DVD or other file. The application will search the file automatically. If the application cannot find the installation file, the user can also search for the file from the application search menu. Once the new operating system is installed, you'll need to create an account or use a Microsoft account to start using Windows 10.


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