The best solution depends on what you want to use Windows for. Do you want to play video games? Need to use a specific Windows-based app? Or do you want a portable Windows system you can boot from any Mac?
We've explained all the ways you can run Windows on Mac below. Take a look to find out which method is best for you.
Boot Camp is a built-in Mac utility you can use to install Windows. It partitions your hard drive into two sections, with Windows on one side and macOS on the other.
We call this a dual boot system, because you can boot into either macOS or Windows. But you can't use both operating systems at once, which means you need to reboot your Mac whenever you want to switch.
The upside is you get great performance on both operating systems because it only needs to run one at a time. In some cases, a Mac running Windows through Boot Camp is faster than a dedicated Windows computer.