How to Read/Write NTFS Drive on Mac OS X

When you try to use Windows formatted drives on Mac OS X then it support FAT32 formatted drives to read and write data, FAT32 file system limitation is file size, you can’t store big files on it and you have to use NTFS file system.  If you have Microsoft Windows formatted NTFS drive then Mac OS X can only perform the read operation. Here we have the solution to read and write NTFS drive on Mac OS X.

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Tuxera NTFS for Mac is solution to read/write NTFS disk on Mac OS X. This is a commercial grade NTFS software use to access Windows formatted disks very easily as Mac disk.

System requirements Supported platforms:
Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and 10.7 (Lion)
Supported hardware: An Intel or PowerPC Mac

General features
Works in both 32-bit and 64-bit kernel modes
All NTFS versions supported
Create NTFS partitions
Create NTFS disk image

Advanced features
Smart caching for high-performance read/write
Automatic translation of file names
Native extended attributes

Compatibility with other software
Any third party software, including:
Parallers Desktop®
VMWare Fusion®
TrueCrypt

Performance
Speed similar to native HFS+

Download Tuxera NTFS for Mac

You can try this for 15 day before buying.

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