Thursday, May 12, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 01:30 PM
"When you're using a MacBook in the vicinity of a desk, you're likely to have a lot of things plugged into it. Be it hard drives, flash drives, memory cards or any other type of storage, we all know how bitterly OS X complains when you just pull them out. When you're in a hurry to get out the door, the last thing you want to do is eject 15 different drives."
And now you don't with this handy app called UnDock, available now in the Mac App Store for $0.99 USD [affiliate link]. Basically it resides in your menu bar so all you have to do is click it and all of your attached drives are ejected. You can also customize a shortcut key. For people like me that don't mess around with AppleScript, this is the perfect solution.