Ejector
Ejector
0.8.1

4.3

Ejector free download for Mac

Ejector

0.8.1
13 November 2010

Eject your iPod via the menu bar (iPodEject).

Overview

Ejector adds an Eject icon to the Mac OS X menu bar. From it you can eject any disks, e.g. an iPod, a CD, a DVD, an USB Key and even a .dmg or a hard disk (including external one).You can then safely disconnect them from your mac.

What's new in Ejector

Version 0.8.1
  • This version is an universal binary (it works natively on an Intel based Macintosh).

Requirements for Ejector

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.0 or later

19 Ejector Reviews

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Peanut-Butter
14 January 2007

Most helpful

How is the keyboard command so many fewer clicks and less time????? While the keyboard shortcut (cmd+e) is quick and easy, you are forgetting the other steps involved... 1a. get to the desktop -press F11, or mouse to the desktop 1b. get to a finder window -select the finder icon in the dock 2. select the item you want to eject ...now.... 3. go back to the keyboard and press cmd+e OR 1. go to the menu bar with mouse 2. select icon within ejector menu using mouse 3. eject the drive Either option could be faster than the other depending on your situation.
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Version 0.8.1
Philosopherdog
19 September 2011
Many thanx to the developer. This little app adds the much needed ability to eject all external devices in one shot. You can do it via terminal, but ejecting via a hotkey is a great solution. Now I can quickly eject all external devices before sleeping my machine to take on the road. Thanx
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Version 0.9.0
Mcjf
27 August 2011
I like it. If you don't want to have your desktop cluttered with external drives, mounted volumes, USB Sticks etc. but still need some place other than the Finder to get an overview and to easily eject them, this is the app. I really like that mounted disk volumes are separated from drives by a thin line. And that they are order by their disk/partition number, not alphabetically. Very nice! Plus it seems to work fine with Lion (unlike Semulov at this time). But I have a small wishlist: #1 Could you please add an option to have the total number of mounted volumes/drives shown right next to the menu bar icon (like in Semulov). That would be so helpful! That's my biggest wish. #2 And if you have time, I'd also appreciate an option to switch to bigger icons (like in Volumizer). Thank you.
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Version 0.9.0
Graphic-Mac
14 November 2010
If Command + E is too much for you, just add OS X's built-in Eject menubar widget to the menubar - it's located in "System/Library/CoreServices/Menu Extras/" then just double click the Eject.menu to have it permanently live in the menu bar. There's a whole bunch of menubar widgets in that folder, you should take a look at them.
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Version 0.9.0
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Danfrakes
Danfrakes
16 November 2010
OS X's Eject menu extra ejects only optical drives. This utility lists all mounted volumes and lets you eject any (or all) without having to switch to the Finder and locate the volume you want to unmount. If you have a good number of mounted volumes, it can be a nice time saver.
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Version 0.9.0
Pukky
11 May 2010
Useless. If you have to eject something, you can use the finder or others.
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Version 0.8.1
Lesoth0
24 December 2009
Actually Snow Leopard 10.62 has broken the function keys such as Sound / Eject buttons so this little app is a God-send!
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Version 0.8.1
Peanut-Butter
14 January 2007
How is the keyboard command so many fewer clicks and less time????? While the keyboard shortcut (cmd+e) is quick and easy, you are forgetting the other steps involved... 1a. get to the desktop -press F11, or mouse to the desktop 1b. get to a finder window -select the finder icon in the dock 2. select the item you want to eject ...now.... 3. go back to the keyboard and press cmd+e OR 1. go to the menu bar with mouse 2. select icon within ejector menu using mouse 3. eject the drive Either option could be faster than the other depending on your situation.
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Version 0.8.1
Crucial
20 June 2006
If you want to take a simple operation with a simple and easy to remember keyboard shortcut (Command-E (Eject)) and turn it into a time consuming operation with many mouse movements and clicks, and, adds yet another icon to your menu bar then this is your type of app. My advice - learn the keyboard shortcuts that are built into the OS before installing software that duplicates existing functionality.
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Version 0.8.1
Iwilleatyourbrains
29 December 2005
just use the eject menu that you can enable with tinkertool or mac pilot or something.
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Version 0.8
Terry
18 May 2005
Under Tiger, I have had to try to eject twice before it works. No such problem under Panther. Otherwise, very convenient little program.
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Version 0.8
Githon
02 December 2004
Excellent. A godsend as an easy way to eject all those pesky disk images when I go on a downloading spree, or a quick way to "pop out" my iPod when I want to unhook it, rather than have to find where the computer hid it on my messy desktop, or wait for iTunes to (eventually) eject it.
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Version 0.7.1
Free

4.3

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