How to install Windows 10 on 2018 Mac mini w/ Boot Camp Assistant

Installing Windows 10 on a 2018 Mac mini running macOS Mojave is simple using Boot Camp Assistant. In this tutorial, we show you how to download the Windows 10 ISO and how to install Windows 10 on your Mac. Read full article ►

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41 Comments on How to install Windows 10 on 2018 Mac mini w/ Boot Camp Assistant

    • Bootcamp assistant doesn’t like the ISO, there’s ways to fix it but it’s easier to get the April update and update when you install.

    • Actually, October update is getting into issues. Several process is taking place. Like: Updates are on the air, then it got stopped because of hardware support porblems detected, then again relaunched & again stoped because of AMD based problems etc.
      My point is, if you update October update through ‘Windows Update’ section then it will scan your computer & provide you best support software because not all pc’s has same hardware & this time Microsoft is facing issues.

    • Because BootCamp formats only to FAT, and the Oct ISO is 5 GB, which is too big for FAT. However, on an iMac, I could not get either installed under Mojave. There are reports of Mojave having issues with BootCamp.

  1. You probably should have explained WHY you recommended April over the October update. *I* know you’re saying this because of the issues that’ve come to light with the latest update, but when you don’t explain it people are gonna be confused (I see there’s already one below me).

    • Craig Morris do you know a macOS that doesn’t have a problem with boot camp? As you said, I got the problem with FAT usb drive not wanna transfer the files. I’m gonna try again with April version though, but if that won’t help, I don’t know what I can do.

    • How about thunderbolt 3 compatibility with Windows 10? I have several devices with TB 3 including Apollo Twin as audio interface and other devices for displays, would these work properly on boot camp using TB 3?

    • When I tried to install the October update I kept getting BSOD immediately after the installation. Something to do with the drivers. Intel is reportedly working on the fix.

  2. Is it possible to install Windows on external SSD and boot it in Mac Mini? Does T2 allows booting from external sources?

  3. On 2015 Macs and eariler with High Serra and up the reboot to macOS button in bootcamp is Broken the need to hold down the Option key at startup

  4. Would like to see the gaming stuff on your Mac Mini. Very interesting! Could consider to switch from PC to Mac. I’ve got a lot of games so that why I’m still with my PC.

  5. How about TB 3 completely with windows 10? I have several devices with TB 3 like Apollo Twin and other devices for displays , would they work properly on boot camp?

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