For most users who run Windows programs on a Mac, Boot Camp has always – and will likely always continue to be – the very best option for partitioning drive space without resorting to laggy virtual machines that can create problems down the road. With the recent release of Windows 10, users could install the latest OS from Microsoft, however Apple never officially supported it.

Now, users of 64-bit Macs that were released in the past few years – including iMacs, MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs and even the latest Macbooks – are now fully supported by Apple to install Windows 10 using the company’s Boot Camp Assistant partitioning tool. With the support, users can also expect regular driver updates to fix any number of bugs or issues that arise in the future.

To install Windows 10 on a Mac, the user should already be running Apple’s Yosemite OS X. Once this has been confirmed, a copy of Windows 10 from an ISO file, an installation DVD or a USB flash drive can be used to install the system onto a selected portion of the computer’s hard drive.

Although there are plenty of workstation options and even Cloud-based apps that make working on-the-go easier than ever before, users who have preferred working from an Apple device can now do so ‘officially’ with Windows 10.

To find out more, head over to Apple.