How to rename the BOOTCAMP partition to macOS - Partition Windows 10 or Windows 11

Boot Camp Assistant remains the only robust solution through which we can install Windows 10 or Windows 11 pe Mac, iMac or MacBook.
Following the installation process of Windows, a dedicated partition will be created for it, named "BOOTCAMP“. Partition visible both in Windows → This PC, as well as on macOS in Finder.

BOOTCAMP on macOS

BOOTCAMP Sheet music macOS Finder
BOOTCAMP Sheet music macOS Finder

BOOTCAMP on Windows 11

BOOTCAMP Sheet music Windows 11
BOOTCAMP Sheet music Windows 11

Renaming the BOOTCAMP drive can't be made of macOS by conventional methods, but from Windows 11 or Windows 10 it is very simple if we follow the tutorial below carefully.

How to rename the BOOTCAMP partition a Windows 10 or Windows 11 from macOS

The BOOTCAMP partition will be renamed from under the operating system Windows.

Time required: 2 minutes

We are launching the operating system Windows pe Mac

start Mac and launch the operating system Windows installed with Boot Camp Assistant on macOS.

Go to "This PC", right-click on the "BOOTCAMP" partition, then in the menu that opens, click on Show more options".

Show More Options

We access the drive renaming option, in Windows 10 or Windows 11

Click "Rename”In the next menu.

Rename

Click "Continue" in the "Access Denied" dialog box.

We need privileges adminto rename a drive al Windows. “You will need to provide administrator permission to rename this drive. ”

Access Denied

We enter the new name for the "BOOTCAMP" partition.

The drive name will become editable. We will enter the name we want. We chose "Windows 11".

Windows 11 Drive

After completing the above steps, the name of the "BOOTCAMP" partition has been changed to both Windows, And the macOS.

Windows Partition macOS
Windows Partition macOS

Renaming the BOOTCAMP drive will not affect the operation of the operating systems installed on Mac.

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