Paragon NTFS 12.2.313
A practical and useful low-level file system driver specially made to overcome the incompatibility barriers between Mac OS X and Windows
- LICENSE TYPE:
- FILE SIZE:
- 5.7 MB
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Paragon Software Group
- USER RATING:
- Home \ System Utilities
Although Mac OS X is a great operating system that can help your improve your productivity and work speed, it still has a few problems when it comes to working with NTFS formatted drives.
Access NTFS drivesEven though Mac OS X is capable to read data from NTFS partitions it does not allow you to write data on such drives by default. Thanks to Paragon NTFS you can now break this barrier and use your HFS and NTFS formatted drives at the same time.
If you have a dual boot Mac that also runs Windows, you’ll be able to access and transfer data to and from your Windows partitions directly from Mac OS X with ease.
UFSD technologyBehind Paragon NTFS is the advanced Paragon technology called Universal File System Driver or UFSD. UFSD was mainly developed to offer unrestricted access to NTFS, FAT and Ext2/3FS volumes under the Mac OS X platform when these file systems are not supported.
Support for numerous disk typesThe lightweight system driver is distributed using a DMG disk image that contains the installation package, as well as the uninstaller. Once installed, Paragon NTFS allows you to access ultra high capacity disks, IDE, SCSI and SATA/eSATA disks, Solid State Drives, PC card storage devices, Thunderbolt, FireWire, USB 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 disks.
You can access Paragon NTFS’ pref pane via the System Preferences window and view the list with all available NTFS partitions. The General tab allows you to enable or disable the driver on or off and select the partitions to which you wish to gain access.
By accessing the Info tab, you can easily check Paragon NTFS’s status, check for updates or uninstall the driver with just a click of a mouse button.
Paragon NTFS was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on March 20th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.5 or later (Intel only)
feature list requirements limitations