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You can set the default boot partition from the option-boot screen. Press the Control key while clicking the arrow beneath the drive, and that should do the trick.


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Rob has the gist of this because Apple has not released official Windows 10 drivers and installing Windows 10 on your Mac may or may not work. That said often times you can use previous Windows version drivers on the next version. That often worked when Windows 7 came out, you could use Vista drivers and they usually worked. So it is possible that ...


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I am currently using Windows 10 TP (Technical Preview Build: 10240) on my MacBook Pro Late 2011. I am using Boot Camp with the drivers made for previous Windows versions. I haven't had any issues with using it but after upgrading to an newer build I was needing to reinstall the driver package again to get it to work properly. Also, as Steve Chambers said in ...


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Microsoft tried to focus on backwards compatibility with Windows 10, supposedly retaining support for drivers designed for Vista. I've been running Windows 10 on a newer Mac and it works fine. I'm sure you'll have no issues.


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I am running Windows 10 Enterprise on Bootcamp as well as in Parallels. In both cases it works amazingly stable and until now without any problems :)


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No. Visual Studio Code is a glorified text editor I am not certain, but usually enterprise is for volume licensing, although there may be other features given in enterprise not present in professional. I think this is personal preference, pros are you don't need to burn a DVD or mount an ISO, and rather than one large file download it is lots of little ...


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If the Windows Support Software from the Boot Camp Assistant is not downloading and/or returns an error, you can download the software manually for the machine depending on the year/make of your Macbook, iMac, or Mac Pro. This list can be found on the Apple KBase. Based on you having a Mid-2012 13" MacBook, you would be looking for one of the following ...


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I have a 13" MacBook Pro (late 2011) running OSX 10.9.5. To resolve this issue go to system preferences > Start Up Disk > select Macintosh HD


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I use RDC all the time and I know a few things about it. I have a similar setup as you, Apple based server but with a windows 8 partition. I RDC into the partition from another Mac and it all works fine. Here are a couple links that should help you with the setup on your Windows. ...


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With just having an .exe file you'll need to run that under Windows to create either an USB Installer or an ISO Image or both as they can be used for either Boot Camp or in a VM using VMware Fusion, Parallels Desktop or VirtualBox. To install in a VM you can use an ISO Image. To install using Boot Camp Assistant and creating a USB Installer you need an ISO ...



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