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However, Apple did not support clean installs of the Creators Update in Boot Camp, so the only way to get close to installing it from scratch would be to first install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and then upgrade to the Creators Update from there.

If you're a huge Apple fan, but you're tempted to give Windows 10 a spin and see how it feels, now you can.

Rather, now you can without having to buy a separate desktop or laptop computer, since Apple now officially supports Windows 10 within Boot Camp.

(Apple provides a helpful list for that.) Assuming it does, you'll want to boot into OS X and make sure that you have any and all software updates installed.

Switch over to your Boot Camp installation of Windows, and open the Apple Software Update tool.

You don't have to do a single thing if you're using Boot Camp to install a fresh version of Windows 10 on your Mac.

As part of the process, you'll download the latest official drivers and updates for Boot Camp 6 that you'll need to make the process work.

Installing the Creators Update as a new install will result in a blue screen on startup and will require deleting the Boot Camp partition and starting over using an earlier Windows 10 version installer: If you already attempted a new installation of Windows 10 Creators Update using Boot Camp, and you see a blue screen, use these steps to remove the Windows partition and restore the disk to a single volume.

It remains to be seen if Microsoft will release a fix to allow new Boot Camp installation of the Windows 10 Creators Update.

First-time installations of Windows 10 Creators Update are not currently compatible with Boot Camp Assistant on mac OS.

Apple and Microsoft are working to resolve this issue.

Windows 10 is available for $119 from the Microsoft Store as an ISO file download or in the form of a USB stick.