Before you proceed:

1. Make sure your Mac is updated to the latest Mac OS version. You may get an error during the install if Mac OS is not up-to-date. You can download and install the latest mac os from the mac app store 

2. In order to update to the latest version of Mac OS you need to make sure your Mac is eligible for an upgrade

These Mac models are compatible with macOS Catalina:

  • MacBook (Early 2015 or newer)
  • MacBook Air (Mid 2012 or newer)
  • MacBook Pro (Mid 2012 or newer)
  • Mac mini (Late 2012 or newer)
  • iMac (Late 2012 or newer)
  • iMac Pro (2017)
  • Mac Pro (Late 2013 or newer)


Additionally, your computer should also meet the following minimum system requirements. To determine if your computer meets these standards, click on the Apple logo in the upper left corner of your Mac and click About this Mac.

  • OS X 10.9 or later
  • 4GB of memory
  • 12.5GB of available storage (OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 or later)*
  • Some features require an Apple ID; terms apply.
  • Some features require a compatible Internet service provider; fees may apply


**If your MacBook is older than any of these specifications or does not meet the minimum system requirements you may not be able to run boot camp and install Windows**


Please follow along to the video or instructions bellow: 




Part 1: Obtaining and Downloading your Windows ISO File 

1. On your, Mac go to https://endicott.onthehub.com

2.  Click on Windows 10 







3. Add to cart 



4. Sign in with your Endicott username (full e-mail address) and password 


5. You may try to sign in and get the following error message. If you have never used this site before you will need to create a Webscore account to continue. Click on the word 'Register' to create an account. If you do not receive this error proceed to step 9


5. You will be asked to verify you account. Enter your Endicott e-mail address and click continue

6. Fill out the required information on this form (first name, last name, create and confirm password, you may uncheck the boxes about receiving additional information and offers), click I am not a robot, and click Register







7. You will now be sent to this screen and should say 'thank you for registering' and that your account is pending verification.



8. Go to your Endicott e-mail and look for an account verification e-mail that looks like this. Click the link to confirm the verification of your account






9. You should now get a message that says your e-mail address has been verified. Click on Windows 10 again from this screen



10. Add to cart 


11. Click Check Out


12. You will see this user acceptance form. Enter your Endicott e-mail for the username, type your full name as the signature, and click Accept 







13. You will now see a message the says your order has been placed. Under Access Codes you will see your Windows 10 product key (make sure you save this!). You will need that product key later to activate your copy of Windows. Click 'Get Started'



14. You will then be brought to this page. Under Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac users, click on the Microsoft ISO Software Download Site



15. Next on this page scroll down to the bottom, choose your product language, and click Confirm







16. Choose which bit version of Windows you want. Every user should choose 64-bit download unless you have a really old computer or need to run older software. This will be your Windows ISO file that you will need to install Windows. Click on the version you want and then save the download to the desktop


Part 2: Create your Bootcamp Partition and Install Windows Support Software (Bootcamp Assistant) 
At this point you should now have your Windows ISO file downloaded and saved to your desktop

1. Click on the search icon in the upper right corner of your Mac and search bootcamp, hit enter to select Boot Camp Assistant


2. Click Next



3A. If you have saved your ISO file to the desktop then the installer should automatically find it and you will see the file path in the ISO image field




3B. If the installer doesn't find the ISO file, click Choose, navigate to where you saved the ISO file, and click Open 



4. Click on the dot between macOS and Windows and drag in either direction to dedicate how much space your want dedicated for each Mac and Windows. If you are unsure, keep the slider in the middle to split the hard drive in half. Click Install when you're ready to proceed. 


**Please note the partitions can't be changed after this, so make sure you choose your dedicated space carefully** 

5. The installer will now start

6. When prompted enter your MAC username and password and hit OK and you will be brought to the Windows installation


Part 3: Installing Windows and Bootcamp Drivers

1. Choose your language and click Next

2. Select which version of Windows you want to install. For employees select Windows 10 Enterprise, for students select Windows 10 Education. Click Next


3. Accept the license terms and click Next

4. Here you will select which partition to install Windows on, make sure you select Drive 0 Partition 4: BOOTCAMP and click Next  





5. Now the Windows installer will start 

6. Select your region and click Yes


7. Select your keyboard layout and click Yes


8. Here you can choose if you want to add a second keyboard layout. Most users won't need this unless you need a second language keyboard. Choose Add layout to add a second keyboard layout or choose Skip to continue 

9. Next Windows will check for updates. This may take a few minutes


10. Here you would sign-in with your Microsoft account. Since we don't have Microsoft accounts on campus click Domain Join Instead 

11. Enter the name of the user account for the computer and click Next 

12. Create a login password and click Next 

13. Choose if you want to use Cortana (the windows equivalent of Siri); this option is up to the user. Typically for employees we disable this, but for a student it is a matter of preference. Click Yes or No to continue 



14.Here you will enable or disable privacy setting for the device. For students this is again a matter for preference. For employees, we turn off everything expect for location. Once your done click Accept


15. Windows will now finish the rest of the Windows instillation. The computer may restart; upon boot-up you will log into your account, and then once logged in it will finish the last piece and install the boot camp drivers



16. This piece will install the bootcamp drivers. Click Next


17. Accept the license agreement and click Install 

18.The install is now complete, click Finish 

19. You may be prompted to restart you computer. Click yes to restart your computer. Windows, along with boot camp drivers, is now installed 

Part 4: Licensing your Copy of Windows

On some Macs, in particular new Macs with the retina display, the display and font might appear really small because of a custom scaling factor that was set during the Windows install. Here is how to fix this:

(This part is optional and only needs to be followed if your Mac is having this problem) 

1. Click on the Start menu and search settings and open the settings app 




2. Click on System


3. Under Display settings (you may need to scroll down) you will see a custom scale factor is set, click 'Turn off and custom scaling and sign out'



4. You will be signed out of your account. Sign back in and you will see the display should looks normal now


Now we will need to activate Windows. If this is an employee computer joined to the domain it should automatically activate with the KMS server. However, if this is a student computer not bound to the domain, you will need to activate your copy of Windows. To do this: 


1. Click on the start menu and search Settings and open the Settings app 






2. Click on Update and Security


3. Click on the Activation menu and click 'Change product key'

4. Enter your Windows 10 product key that you got back in Part 1. Click Next


5. Click Activate


6. Done! You copy of Windows is activated. You can close this window


Part 5: Final Prep and How to Use Once Installed 

The one last thing we have to do is to make the switching between Windows and Mac run smoothly

1. Shut down your Mac

2. Turn your Mac back on and hold the Option key immediately at start up. You should see two boot up options, Windows or Mac (sometimes the Mac side will just show up as 'untitled'). Select Mac or Untitled to boot into Mac OS. You might see two Windows boot up options which is what we will fix

3, Log into your account and drag the ISO file that you still have saved on your desktop to the trash and empty the trash



You are done! You have now successfully installed Windows on your Mac via boot camp. Any time you want to switch operating systems simply shut down your computer, hold down the option key at start up, and chose the operating system you want to use