Bootchamp
Bootchamp
1.7

0.0

Bootchamp free download for Mac

Bootchamp1.7

10 April 2020

Quickly boot into Boot Camp from menu bar.

Overview

BootChamp is an OS X menu bar app that makes it easy to boot into your Boot Camp Windows partition. Instead of using Startup Disk in System Preferences or holding down the Option key at startup, just select "Restart into Windows" and BootChamp will do the rest.

What's new in Bootchamp

Version 1.7:
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1 Reviews of Bootchamp

Mcr
11 April 2020
Version: 1.7

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WHY is MacUpdate posting this as a 'new' update release dated April 10, 2020?? BootChamp 1.7 is discontinued and the developer has officially declared it EndOfLive as of 2015. The last version of macOS it will work with is El Capitan 10.11. The introduction of APFS, continued lock down of the system by Apple, inability to modify the UEFI parameters to set 'next boot' option, changes in how macOS 'blessed' a volume to make it bootable, all made this app non functional. Even Apple's own Boot to OSX utility on the Windows side of BootCamp was non functional for several years because it wasn't updated to read or locate the APFS boot volume to get back to macOS. Only a recent update to BootCamp (6.1 i think?) fixed this, and ONLY for very recent Mac models.
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Mcr
11 April 2020
Version: 1.7
WHY is MacUpdate posting this as a 'new' update release dated April 10, 2020?? BootChamp 1.7 is discontinued and the developer has officially declared it EndOfLive as of 2015. The last version of macOS it will work with is El Capitan 10.11. The introduction of APFS, continued lock down of the system by Apple, inability to modify the UEFI parameters to set 'next boot' option, changes in how macOS 'blessed' a volume to make it bootable, all made this app non functional. Even Apple's own Boot to OSX utility on the Windows side of BootCamp was non functional for several years because it wasn't updated to read or locate the APFS boot volume to get back to macOS. Only a recent update to BootCamp (6.1 i think?) fixed this, and ONLY for very recent Mac models.
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