BootChamp is a small utility that when launched, will boot your computer into your Windows partition.
BootChamp requires authentication in order to properly set your Windows partition as the startup disk. BootChamp has only been tested on an NTFS volume, not on FAT32 yet.
How is this different than selecting your Windows volume from within Startup Disk in System Preferences? Well, using Startup Disk actually changes your startup disk permanently so that each time you restart, it boots into whatever you have selected.
Essentially what BootChamp is doing is what happens when you hold down Option at startup and select Windows. However, the BootChamp only requires a a single click to launch and your admin password, and then it will restart your computer into Windows without further input from you. It will not actually change your startup disk.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Updated French localization
· Added option to use a custom image (see help file)
· Removed obsolete "Next restart only" preference.
· BootChamp now requires 10.6.8 or greater.