How to Get Windows on a Macbook Pro
While a large number of apps are available for macOS, there are still programs and games that only support Windows and that you might want to run from time to time. You may use Wine to “convert” Windows programs to Mac format, so to speak, however that does not work for all programs. That leaves two main options: installing Widows on a Macbook as a secondary OS via Boot Camp or installing it on a virtual machine like Parallels Desktop, VMware Fusion or VirtualBox. Regardless of which method you select, you will also need an unused Windows license key to activate Windows. In this article I’ll give a quick overview of each method, so you can decide which one is more suitable in your situation.