How to start up in macOS from Windows
- From the notification area on the right side of the Windows taskbar, click to show hidden icons.
- Click the Boot Camp icon .
- From the menu shown, choose Restart in macOS.
If you haven't installed the latest Boot Camp updates, you might get the message 'Could not locate the OS X boot volume'.
In Windows on your Mac, click in the right side of the taskbar, click the Boot Camp icon, then choose Boot Camp Control Panel. If a User Account Control dialog appears, click Yes. Select the startup disk that has the default operating system you want to use. If you want to start up using the default operating system now, click Restart.
Or use Startup Manager as your Mac starts up:
A large number of Mac users install Windows on Mac to run apps and games that are exclusively available for Windows. While it’s possible to install. Restart the Finder in Mac OS X.
From the menu shown, choose Restart in macOS. If you haven't installed the latest Boot Camp updates, you might get the message 'Could not locate the OS X boot volume'. Or use Startup Manager as your Mac starts up: Restart your Mac from the Start menu in Windows. How to Restart a Mac. If your Mac computer suddenly becomes frozen, or begins to act slow and sluggish, restarting your Mac can help clear its memory and process items at a normal speed upon bootup.
- Restart your Mac from the Start menu in Windows.
- Press and hold the Option (or Alt) ⌥ key as your Mac begins to restart.
- Select your Mac startup volume (Macintosh HD) in the Startup Manager window, then press Return or click the up arrow:
How to start up in Windows from macOS
Restart Mac Os X
- Use Startup Manager to choose your Windows (Boot Camp) volume during startup.
- Or select your Boot Camp volume in Startup Disk preferences, then restart.
Restart Mac Os X Recovery Mode
- If you're having difficulty using VoiceOver or another screen reader to complete these steps, please contact Apple Support.
- Learn how to install Windows 10 on your Mac.