Parallels Desktop is the best way to run Windows on a Mac. Why use Bootcamp, when you can have the best of both worlds, by using the two operating systems at the same time.
You can use the app to migrate Windows from an existing computer, to your Mac. But, if you want to start fresh, you will be happy to know that you don’t actually need a PC to start using Parallels Desktop. You can install Windows from an ISO image which you can download, or you can migrate an existing installation of Bootcamp and use that to boot in the virtual machine. If you don’t have a license for Windows 10, you can use Parallels Desktop to buy a license directly from Microsoft’s store.
Parallels Desktop is more than a virtual machine. You can use Windows programs and Mac apps, side by side, as if you are using apps from the same operating system. And Parallels Desktop allows you to use macOS specific features in Windows 10, and vice-versa. So, you can use Finder, Spotlight etc in Windows apps, and also access Cortana, Windows People Bar, etc, in macOS apps.
Installing an app in your Windows virtual machine, is similar to how you install a program in Windows, and running an installed app is done in the same way. So, you see there is no learning curve in Parallels Desktop. You will be right at home with the app, even if you are new to macOS.
Of course, you can also use Parallels Desktop to install and use Linux based operating systems. Parallels Desktop can be used for running any Windows application or game, even those which are demanding on resources. Parallels Desktop supports up to 32 vCPU and 128 GB vRAM per virtual machine, which means you can run edit photos on Adobe Photoshop, or perform video editing, or play video games without lags.
And you also get a lot of utilities, which are available in Parallels Toolbox, for free when you buy Parallels Desktop. This has 30+ tools, which let you take screenshots, record the screen, download videos, and more.