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You can't - well - depends on which Mac you have.. If it's a relatively recent one with an Intel chip, then you can use BootCamp to boot directly into a Windows OS.. Or you can install VirtualBox and do it that way with the Windows OS running simultaneously with the Mac OS. If it's a non-Intel CPU, then you're out of luck.
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