If you are a user of Apple’s Mac and want to install Windows 8 you are on a right place below you can see step-by guide for this purpose. We can say that Mac is a great machine by the Apple which provides you lots of amazing features on the other hand Windows 8 also has many incredible features. Now you can also get a taste of Windows 8 on your Mac to follow the steps below.
Firstly you need to Download the software from Microsoft here, and Burn the .iso image to a blank DVD by clicking on Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility and clicking on Burn at the top left then select the Windows Developer .iso file and put in a blank DVD and wait for it to finish.
After that go to Applications > Utilities > Boot Camp Assistant and open it. And Select the last option in the list and click continue. And after that select the size of the partition for Windows to sit on
Now you need to Follow the rest of the directions in the prompt and when you come to it asking which partition to install Windows on, select the one with the words BOOTCAMP at the end, click on Advanced Options and click format then it will let you click continue
After this follow the Windows installation guide until Windows boots up. And restrict the power button until the computer turns off
After that you need to Turn the computer back on by holding down Power AND Option, let go of Power after a few seconds but keep holding Option until the screen with all the different hard drive images shows up
Then select the Mac hard drive to boot into Mac as opposed to Windows and vise versa
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For this you need to go to Applications > Utilities > Boot Camp Assistant and open it. And here Select the Download the Windows Software from Apple option and continue
Now you need to insert a new blank DVD when asked and let it burn the software to the disc. And after that boot back into Windows 8 (by following section II and selecting Windows instead of Mac)
So, when it boots up click on the Desktop and Windows Explorer. Then click on Computer to highlight it and then search in the search box at the top right for setup.exe
Once it finds it, click on it once to highlight it and then select Application Options at the top of the screen and choose Compatibility
Later than it tries to figure it out on its own, click on the second option and then select worked in a previous version of Windows and click on Windows 7 then continue and it should install