Using Boot Camp
Boot Camp comes with your Mac and lets you install Microsoft Windows. No need to download anything yourself — just open Boot Camp Assistant and it will guide you through the rest.
Create an ISO image for Boot Camp from Windows installation media
If your copy of Windows came as an installation DVD, you need to create an ISO image from this media to install Windows using Boot Camp. If you don't, you might see the message "press any key" or your Mac might not start up from Windows during installation.Create an ISO image
Use your Apple Keyboard in Windows with Boot Camp
You can use an Apple keyboard or a keyboard designed for Microsoft Windows with your Mac. Some keys on your keyboard might work differently between OS X and Windows.Use your Apple Keyboard
Use multiple displays with Windows on your Mac Pro (Late 2013)
You can connect multiple displays to the Thunderbolt, Mini DisplayPort, and HDMI connections on your Mac Pro (Late 2013) and then use them when your Mac is started from Microsoft Windows.Use multiple displays
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