If you've followed our guide to install Windows 10 on a Mac then you probably opted for the Boot Camp option. While it hasn't been officially supported, Apple is updating its Boot Camp tool this week to provide Windows 10 support for 64-bit Macs. That includes drivers for USB 3 on recent MacBooks, and the single USB Type-C port found on the new 12-inch MacBook.
Most Macs released within the past few years are supported, including a range of iMacs, MacBook Pros, and MacBook Airs. If you've had any issues with the built-in SD or SDXC card slot for Windows 10 then these latest drivers and Boot Camp updates will help out. With Apple's continued support of Boot Camp for Windows 10 we should see updates in the future to address any trackpad issues or battery life problems that some Mac owners have noticed after installing Windows 10. If you've already reinstalled Windows 10 on your Mac then be sure to download the latest Windows support software from the Boot Camp tool to ensure you have the latest drivers.