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  • Good luck updating it. There will be helper utilities available from third parties to get Windows 11 installed on 'incompatible' computers but updating it will require a reinstall. That's already true for Windows installs on external drives.
  • Ironic considering Nadella was practically begging Apple to port Messages to Windows. I think that at the same time as that request that they disable official Mac support for Windows should be examined by anti-trust investigators. Seems fishy to me. /s
  • Accept the inevitable. The days of Windows on a Mac are coming quickly to an end. So are the days of the macOS on PC hackintosh.
  • Where is the people complaining they can’t run Windows on their Intel Mac? I’ve said it before, but Windows on a Mac was always a side benefit.
  • Well, Windows 11 ARM Edition is just a matter of time. “Ancient” Intel Macs will be stuck with Win10, and “modern” ARM Macs will get Win11-ARM, with x86 emulation…
    So basically, M$ is helping Apple sell more Macs.
    People requiring intel based Win11 will be able to buy any of the many TV-dongle PCs, and access them with RDP: no fickle BootCamp, no nasty recurring licenses for Parallels, etc.
  • Not the future of the Mac, let Windows go.
    Accept the inevitable. The days of Windows on a Mac are coming quickly to an end. So are the days of the macOS on PC hackintosh.
    I can live fine without Windows.
    Where is the people complaining they can’t run Windows on their Intel Mac? I’ve said it before, but Windows on a Mac was always a side benefit.
    Many of us bought Macs with the intent of also using them to run Windows. I am one of them, and know many that can't divorce Windows entirely. That Macs could run Windows was key for me buying my first Mac back in 2008. I even bought a new 2020 iMac knowing this will most likely be my last Intel machine, and can run Windows for many years to come until both ASi Macs, and maybe even Windows ARM will have been fully baked when I'm ready to get another new Mac.
  • Not the future of the Mac, let Windows go.
    Wish I could, but not quite that easy. Hopefully software devs will wake up (or, more to the point, users will and demand Apple Silicon compatible software from developers) and get on the Mac, but currently there is a lot of stuff that is Windows only. Even if that starts changing, I think we're talking many years. This creates a problem for which the solution seems to be multiple computers.
    Well, Windows 11 ARM Edition is just a matter of time. “Ancient” Intel Macs will be stuck with Win10, and “modern” ARM Macs will get Win11-ARM, with x86 emulation…
    I hope so, but isn't there then a similar issue with a lot of the apps people are needing to run possibly not running on Windows ARM? I mean, could you fire up some heavy Windows 3D CAD or animation software on Windows ARM?
    And, that's the problem with the above second machine. Instead of buying a powerful Mac that can do both, you might need a powerful Mac AND a powerful PC, which equals lots of $$$. If you just need a powerful Mac/PC, and then a cheap-simple other platform to run a few simple things, then it isn't as big of a deal (well, aside from having to figure out the keyboard/mouse/trackpad, and display issues for multiple machines).
  • I wonder if Parallels will solve this, usually they are pretty quick.
    However, given that I only run a couple of engineering apps on my Mac Windows VM, I will stick with Windows 10 until death, probably.
  • By the time that Windows 10 goes away entirely, either virtualization on M series processors will have matured or the market will have answered the need with some innovations that have yet to make themselves known. Having to boot between one or the other is a workflow limitation I prefer to avoid.
  • Many of us bought Macs with the intent of also using them to run Windows. I am one of them, and know many that can't divorce Windows entirely. That Macs could run Windows was key for me buying my first Mac back in 2008. I even bought a new 2020 iMac knowing this will most likely be my last Intel machine, and can run Windows for many years to come until both ASi Macs, and maybe even Windows ARM will have been fully baked when I'm ready to get another new Mac.
    Of the 20 million Macs that sell a year, if over 2 million of those ever see bootcamp I would be shocked. Of those at most 2 million yearly that are now without bootcamp, most will just get an HP or Lenovo desktop - one with a recent Intel Core i5 and an Nvidia or AMD GPU can cost as little as $500 so not that big of a deal - to complement their primary Mac device. Of the very few remaining that will actually ditch macOS completely over this, they will be replaced several times over by the new customers that Apple Silicon will attract. So they will sell more Macs and will be able to redeploy the programmers responsible for bootcamp to much better tasks. No downside to this for Apple.
  • Not the future of the Mac, let Windows go.
    Accept the inevitable. The days of Windows on a Mac are coming quickly to an end. So are the days of the macOS on PC hackintosh.
    I can live fine without Windows.
    Where is the people complaining they can’t run Windows on their Intel Mac? I’ve said it before, but Windows on a Mac was always a side benefit.
    Many of us bought Macs with the intent of also using them to run Windows. I am one of them, and know many that can't divorce Windows entirely. That Macs could run Windows was key for me buying my first Mac back in 2008. I even bought a new 2020 iMac knowing this will most likely be my last Intel machine, and can run Windows for many years to come until both ASi Macs, and maybe even Windows ARM will have been fully baked when I'm ready to get another new Mac.
    Great. We bought our 2009 iMac with the idea it could run Windows too. I ran Windows within Parallels. I grew tired of the yearly fee to keep Parallels updated for a minor part of our workflow and now we have not ran Windows at home for years. There is no argument about that people want to run Windows on their Mac or even that Windows is the dominant desktop OS. My humor is all the people complain that Apple went a direction that makes it harder to run Windows and now MS has now made it harder to run Windows on the Macs, even though they are Intel. It still doesn’t matter if people want to run Windows on the Mac, as it was always a side benefit to run Windows on the Mac.
  • Some distinct overreaction going on in this thread. Any requirement for Windows 11 is a looooong ways away. I have a few customers still using Windows Server 2012. Software that only recently started dropping off update support for that 2012. I had customers just 2 years ago still using Windows XP and they were holding on to it for dear life. Most everything still worked or only in the past year or so dropped off These examples are both business customers.
    For those with Macs that must run Windows, the period of time until you’re SOL is a loooong time. That’s is if you ever become SOL. A lot can happen between now and then. If there’s a market need then the market usually finds a way to accommodate that need. So for the time being just relax.
    One thing that is on your side for those needing windows 11 on a Mac? There’s a vocal contingent on forums saying Apple must accommodate those who need non App Store apps(and devices) in an iOS device. That Apple must change iOS to accommodate. Well given their underlying logic you can be sure they’ll be fighting this next fight to make Microsoft change 11 to accommodate the needs of all users /s
    edited 3:55AM
  • The other humor about this, is many Windows computers will not be able to run Windows 11, even if they a year old, got great GPUs or even great CPUs. Gen 1 Threadripper CPU are not compatible.
  • Not the future of the Mac, let Windows go.
    Accept the inevitable. The days of Windows on a Mac are coming quickly to an end. So are the days of the macOS on PC hackintosh.
    I can live fine without Windows.
    Where is the people complaining they can’t run Windows on their Intel Mac? I’ve said it before, but Windows on a Mac was always a side benefit.
    Many of us bought Macs with the intent of also using them to run Windows. I am one of them, and know many that can't divorce Windows entirely. That Macs could run Windows was key for me buying my first Mac back in 2008. I even bought a new 2020 iMac knowing this will most likely be my last Intel machine, and can run Windows for many years to come until both ASi Macs, and maybe even Windows ARM will have been fully baked when I'm ready to get another new Mac.

    My grandson would not have made it through 8th grade without Windows on his MacBook Air.
  • Many of us bought Macs with the intent of also using them to run Windows. I am one of them, and know many that can't divorce Windows entirely. That Macs could run Windows was key for me buying my first Mac back in 2008. I even bought a new 2020 iMac knowing this will most likely be my last Intel machine, and can run Windows for many years to come until both ASi Macs, and maybe even Windows ARM will have been fully baked when I'm ready to get another new Mac.
    Of the 20 million Macs that sell a year, if over 2 million of those ever see bootcamp I would be shocked. Of those at most 2 million yearly that are now without bootcamp, most will just get an HP or Lenovo desktop - one with a recent Intel Core i5 and an Nvidia or AMD GPU can cost as little as $500 so not that big of a deal - to complement their primary Mac device. Of the very few remaining that will actually ditch macOS completely over this, they will be replaced several times over by the new customers that Apple Silicon will attract. So they will sell more Macs and will be able to redeploy the programmers responsible for bootcamp to much better tasks. No downside to this for Apple.

    Apple didn't get where it is by caring only and exclusively about sales and profit.

    There is no downside to Apple to enable Windows to run under Bootcamp. None.
  • Not the future of the Mac, let Windows go.
    Accept the inevitable. The days of Windows on a Mac are coming quickly to an end. So are the days of the macOS on PC hackintosh.
    I can live fine without Windows.
    Where is the people complaining they can’t run Windows on their Intel Mac? I’ve said it before, but Windows on a Mac was always a side benefit.
    Many of us bought Macs with the intent of also using them to run Windows. I am one of them, and know many that can't divorce Windows entirely. That Macs could run Windows was key for me buying my first Mac back in 2008. I even bought a new 2020 iMac knowing this will most likely be my last Intel machine, and can run Windows for many years to come until both ASi Macs, and maybe even Windows ARM will have been fully baked when I'm ready to get another new Mac.
    Great. We bought our 2009 iMac with the idea it could run Windows too. I ran Windows within Parallels. I grew tired of the yearly fee to keep Parallels updated for a minor part of our workflow and now we have not ran Windows at home for years. There is no argument about that people want to run Windows on their Mac or even that Windows is the dominant desktop OS. My humor is all the people complain that Apple went a direction that makes it harder to run Windows and now MS has now made it harder to run Windows on the Macs, even though they are Intel. It still doesn’t matter if people want to run Windows on the Mac, as it was always a side benefit to run Windows on the Mac.

    Microsoft's adding TPM 2.0 to Windows 11 requirements was about security -- not Apple products.

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