If you want to experience Windows 10 on your Mac, you can now easily create a Windows 10 bootable USB to install on your Mac. For Microsoft users, they can easily create a bootable USB on Windows with the help of a useful tool. However, although Mac does not have that tool, we can help you do it with this simple process.
Before starting, you have to create a Windows 10 bootable USB from iso for your Mac. To do this, there are some certain requirements:
- A USB drive at least for the process.
- The MacBook is being charged to avoid the suddenly shutdown.
- An active internet connection for downloading necessary updates.
Here are steps to create Windows 10 Bootloader on Mac
Steps to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB
- Download the free ISO file for Windows 10 from this page to create the Bootloader file
- Plug your USB Drive into your Mac. You should only plug in the USB Drive.
- Launch Boot Camp Assistant to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB on Mac
You can use the Mac OS X’s built-in Boot Camp Assistant (BCA) to create the bootable Windows 10 installer USB drive. To do this, press the Command + Spacebar and it will open Spotlight, which allows you to type “Boot Camp Assistant”. Then press Enter to start the BCA and click Continue at the introduction dialogue box.
- Configure Boot Camp
Choose the box for creating a Windows 10. The rest of the options in the dialogue box would turn into grey. However, you can also select the second box for “Download the latest Windows support software from Apple”. Remember not to check the last box. Once done, click Continue.
- Select your Windows 10 ISO image and USB Drive
Select the Windows 10 ISO file you had downloaded earlier and choose your USB drive in the Destination Disk. After that, click Continue to create Windows 10 bootable USB on Mac OS.
- Copy the Image Files to Disk
When the process is done, a window will pop up saying “The Windows support software has been saved”. Click Quit and safely remove your USB drive. Now the bootable Windows 10 installer is ready.
The above-mentioned steps will help you create Windows 10 bootloader installer. You could install this new Windows 10 on a new PC or even Dual-booting your Mac.