Mac’s are really popular because of the design of their laptops. The metal casings are pretty steamlined and very durable. Because of this people are using Mac’s more and more. However many businesses are still using Windows as their dominate OS. So when you find a Mac user, they are trying to do many of the things a Windows machine does, but with great difficulty. Because of this Macs allow users to install Windows on their machines. This can be done in two ways. You can use software such as VMWare or Parallels to install a virtual machine consisting of the Windows OS, the issue is that is that your splitting your hardwares CPU and RAM thus making the speed less than what it could be. Your other option is to use Apples native software Bootcamp, and create a dual boot system so that you can use either OS and maintaining your hardware’s full powers.
To use Boot Camp, you need:
1 -An Intel-based Mac with a built-in or external USB keyboard, and a built-in trackpad or USB mouse.
2 – Mac OS X v10.5 or later.
3 – The latest firmware updates available for your Mac.
4 -At least 10 GB (for Windows XP or Windows Vista), 16 GB (for 32-bit Windows 7), or 20 GB (for 64-bit Windows 7) of free space on your startup disk (for the Windows partition).
5 – Boot Camp Assistant, which is located in /Applications/Utilities/ . You can also open Launchpad and type Boot Camp Assistant in the search field.
6 – Supported Windows installation media. Boot Camp does not include Windows