Hi there I know it has been discussed in several threads I've seen before, but I've not really seen an actual step by step guide on how to achieve that or what the requirements are. I've always had problems when running Windows through Boot Camp because the battery drains really quickly, the laptop overheats, the fans are loud most of the time, and many other issues, and I've read that installing Windows natively through EFI eliminates all those problems. I recently purchased a 2015 rMBP and I'd like to install Windows 10 natively on it (since I know Windows 7 is no longer officially supported), so can someone please guide me on how to achieve that? I've come across a guide where I have to format the whole SSD and reinstall MacOS and then Windows, but I'd rather avoid that if there is any other way. I have a Windows 10 ISO which I downloaded from Microsoft's website and I can use that to make a bootable USB. Thank you for your time, ladies and gents. EDIT: I just read that Boot Camp installs Windows in EFI mode on MacBooks post 2013. Is that true?