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How to Get Windows 10 on a macOS Mojave

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There are two main methods to install Windows OS on a Macbook: Boot Camp or virtualization software. Installing Windows via Boot Camp will allow you to have both operating systems, macOS and Windows, side by side on your Mac. Virtualization software, on the other hand, will let you have a virtual Windows setup that you can open inside an app. Most popular apps for that are Parallels Desktop, VMware Fusion and VirtualBox. This article describes advantages and disadvantages of Boot Camp and virtual machines, so that you can decide which method to choose to install Windows if you have macOS Mojave.

  1. MacOS Mojave font rendering change. In macOS Mojave v10.14.x, Apple disabled subpixel antialiasing on all monitors by default. Previous to Mojave, subpixel antialiasing was disabled only on Retina displays or on all displays if the 'LCD font smoothing' option was disabled in System Preferences.
  2. The classic pro font editor. For Windows XP–10 or Mac OS X 10.6–macOS 10.14 Mojave. The Mac version does not work on macOS 10.15 Catalina. The Windows version works on all modern Windows versions. To run on macOS for the first time, Ctrl+click, choose Open, then confirm. FontLab Studio 5 is our classic font editor.

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Option 1: Download Windows 10 on a macOS Mojave With BootCamp

Boot Camp comes with your Macbook for free, and it allows you to install Windows alongside macOS, so you can choose which of them to boot on startup. Mac’s Boot Camp Assistant will help you install Windows, partition the startup drive and install necessary drivers.

If you install Windows via Boot Camp, Windows will have all of your Macbook’s resources and can run programs with the maximum possible performance. That’s why dual-booting is ideal for running resource-intensive programs like video-editing software or high-end games.

On the other hand, only one operating system will be able to run at the same time, so you will have to reboot between them depending on which apps you need to run at the moment. Another possible drawback is fact that Windows and macOS use different file systems, and you will not be able to open Mac files on Windows or vice versa unless you install specific third-party drives for it. That is not a problem when using virtual machines.

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Option 2: Run Windows 10 on a Macbook Without BootCamp, Using a Virtual Machine

Virtual machines allow you to install and open Windows 10 in a window on your Mac desktop. Windows will “think” it’s running on a real computer, when it is running inside an app. With virtual machines you run both macOS and Windows at the same time, which is handy if you want to open a single Windows program alongside your Mac applications. However, when you run a virtual machine, your computer’s resources are split between the two operating systems, so everything may run slower than usual.

Install Windows 10 on a Mac Mojave With Parallels Desktop

Parallels Desktop is very intuitive and easy-to-use for regular computer users. The app will configure everything for you, even download Windows 10 or utilize the one you already downloaded via Boot Camp. You can open Windows in a separate window (including a full screen mode), or you can turn on Coherence mode. In Coherence mode the virtual machine will run in the background, while Windows programs can run alongside your Mac apps. You can even put Windows programs on your macOS desktop or pin them to Dock. Parallels Desktop allows you to copy and paste or drag and drop between Windows and macOS without any problems.

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Parallels Desktop prices start at $79.99, however there is a free trial period available.

Get Windows 10 on a Mac Mojave With VMware Fusion

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VMware Fusion is another popular virtualization software for Macbooks. It is close to Parallels in terms of functionality and pricing, but VMware’s Fusion supports a larger number of operating systems than Parallels. On the other hand, Parallels is easier for beginners, and runs a little smoother. Otherwise, these two programs are approximately on the same level.

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Install Windows 10 a Mac Via VirtualBox

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If you don’t plan to spend extra money on virtualization software, there’s always VirtualBox by Oracle. VirtualBox is a pretty decent free alternative to paid software if not slower, less polished and missing some handy functions. If you need to run some resource intensive Windows programs, VirtualBox might not be the best choice for you. VirtualBox also requires more technical knowledge than, for example, Parallels, as users need to tune some settings themselves when installing it. However, if you are a power user already or don’t mind doing a little more work, and you are not going to run latest Windows games or video-editing software, VirtualBox is a good (and free!) alternative.