For many users, the Mac is a very good computer, but if there is anything uncomfortable with the Mac, it is not pre-installed Windows.
So Apple introduced Bootcamp, a software that supports both macOS and Windows booting. It is well received. Apple officially even gave a support page, which posted a tutorial on installing Windows using Bootcamp.
Similar to Apple, Google also has its own closed notebook & mdash; — Chromebook, and it seems that it is also compatible with Windows.
Recently, Google launched a software called Campfire that introduces dual-system boot for Chromebooks, allowing users to switch between ChromeOS and Windows 10.
XDA developers confirmed that Google will introduce Campfire to its entire user base, and users don't need to enable developer mode to use it.
It's important to note that Campfire may take up at least 30GB of storage to meet Windows 10 requirements, and users should only use it on Chromebooks with 60 GB (or higher) storage.