Though our desktop-based simulator platform requires Windows, it is possible to run the platform (and other Windows applications) on a Mac. Please see the video below on a couple of options to run Windows on a Mac. 


Mac users can either use a Windows emulator or a partition of your Mac's drive to create a Windows machine.


Warrior Trading can only offer limited assistance if you're using Apple's supported product Boot Camp and an authentic version of Windows.

Boot Camp doesn’t allow you to easily transfer content between OS X and Windows partitions like virtual machines do, and you can’t run the two operating systems simultaneously. But it does give Windows full access to the processing power of your Mac. It’s also completely free, so you only need to purchase a Windows 10 license.


But there are alternatives you can buy such as Parallels and VMware Fusion.

To check if your Mac can run Windows 10, please check:

  • your RAM: your Mac needs at least 2GB of RAM (4GB of RAM or more is ideal)
  • your free hard drive space:  you should have at least 30GB of free hard drive space to properly run Windows
  • You’ll also need at a flash drive least a 16GB external flash drive so Boot Camp can create a bootable drive to install Windows 10.


You should also be able to use Wiindows for free for without a key for 30 days. After that you will need to purchase a license key from Windows You can do so here:


Please contact Apple for further support on this topic.

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