AppleScripts to set startup disk between Windows and Mac OS X

David Chartier
D. Chartier|06.19.06

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David Chartier
June 19th, 2006
AppleScripts to set startup disk between Windows and Mac OS X
AppleScripts to set startup disk between Windows and Mac OS X
If you're living in a Boot Camp world and have a need for changing your startup disk from time to time, enterprising TUAW reader David B. has written a couple of AppleScript apps with your name on them. Boot (Camp) Sargent beta 0.1 is actually two scripts: the first to set your startup disk to Windows (*shudder*), while the other resets to Mac OS X. In this fast-paced, multiple OS world we live in, little apps that save a few clicks can make all the difference.

Boot (Camp) Sargent is available at the first Google Pages site that I've ever seen used to promote or offer anything like this. Extra points for the tag line, "because holding down the Option key during startup is too hard", since I've actually heard people say that on the job in the past.

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