Mac computers do not support the ability to run Windows-based applications. However, newer Mac computers have a software called “BootCamp” that will allow you to install a version of Windows on your Mac computer so that you can run Windows-based applications on your Mac.
For more information on BootCamp and to see if you computer can run this software, please click on this link: Bootcamp
If your Mac computer does not include BootCamp or does not meet the minimum requirements, you may still be able to use a similar software to install Windows on your Mac. Below are a couple of Virtual Machine software product links that will allow you to install Windows on a Mac computer:
If you decide to use one of these methods to install Windows on your Mac, you will also need a valid copy of Windows for installation.
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