January 14, 2008

Access Linux Partition from Windows

If you, for example, have installed both Windows and Linux as a dual boot on your computer, there may be a situation that you have need some files for your work, which stored on your Linux installation; in a normal way, can not access it from Windows. With Ext2 Installable File system you are able to do it easily; there is no need to re-boot your computer.

You will have full access to your Linux partitions from Windows, allowing both reading and copying files. Further more, Windows will now be able to handle floppy disks or thumb drives which have been formatted with an Ext2 file system.

The Ext2 Installable File System software package is distributed as a single executable solution complete with all of the features. It is a setup wizard which installs and configures the Ext2 file system driver.

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