MacFUSE (Tuxtera) 2.2.1
Moreover, the MacFUSE software solution has been implemented as an easy to use tool designed to make it as easy as possible to open and write from and to all sorts 3rd party file systems that your Mac wasn't capable of working with before.
MacFUSE can also be seen as a separate layer between the OS X kernel and its interface that allows users to access file systems that haven't been designed to be compatible with Macs.
Thus, MacFUSE can be used to mount files with complex structures within the Finder.app's interface, in order to make it easier to browse and modify their contents via a simple and intuitive interface.
If you need further details on how it works, there is a list of the most frequently asked questions on MacFUSE's wiki.
Furthermore, one can also go to the HOWTO Install MacFUSE page to get a detailed list of the steps needed for installing it from scratch on a Mac OS X system.
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- MacFUSE Preference Pane. Makes it easy and straightforward to keep up-to-date with MacFUSE releases, with the user in full control.
- 64-Bit Support. The entire MacFUSE software stack: the kernel extension, the MacFUSE user-space C library, and the Objective-C framework now also come in 64-bit versions. You must be running Leopard or above for this. Naturally, you also need 64-bit hardware to make use of these capabilities. [Experimental]
- Support for Snow Leopard. You can now install and use MacFUSE on the latest Snow Leopard developer seed. [Highly Experimental]