Apple's Boot Camp assistant and its companion driver package are now updated to support Windows 10. Microsoft's latest and supposedly last desktop operating system was launched worldwide on July 29.
The Boot Camp tool within the Mac OS X allows you to easily prepare your drive and install Windows OS hassle-free with just a few clicks. Once you boot your newly installed Windows you must run and install the Boot Camp driver package.
Apple was quick enough to add Windows 10 support to its Boot Camp Assistant and the Boot Camp driver package. It seems to support all products released by Apple since 2012. As of today once you start downloading the Boot Camp drivers, they'll come with all you need to run Windows 10 properly.
If you've been waiting exactly for this - then you should refer to Apple's help page with the tutorial for how to install Windows 10 and all the prerequisites.
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