When users want to install Windows operating system on their Mac computers, Macbooks’ own Boot Camp is the obvious way to do it. Unfortunately, there are times when Windows installation via Boot Camp fails, or Boot Camp Assistant does not allow users to install a specific version of Windows that they need. In these cases users search for alternatives to Boot Camp.
Many Mac users find themselves in need of Windows-only programs sometimes. Maybe you started working remotely and need to use a specific program that only runs on Windows, maybe you bought a Macbook and cannot find a Mac replacement for some of your preferred software, or you wish to play a game that is only available for Windows. Regardless of your reasons, several options exist for opening Windows programs on macOS.
All of us encountered sites asking us to subscribe to their notifications. While that can be a useful functionality in some cases (when an email provider is informing us of new emails, for example), most of the time notifications from websites are superfluous and not especially useful. There are also sites that try to force users into turning on their notifications and using these notifications to later spam users with questionable links, ads for shady sites, prompts to download fake software updates, and so on.