If you have Windows and Linux operating systems, some times you want to access files and documents from one system to other. Yes, it is very easy to access Windows partition from Linux, but you can’t open Linux partition from Windows without a special tool.
Paragon ExtBrowser is a Windows based utility that will enable you to work with Ext2FS or Ext3FS partitions from Windows. With this tool you can read, write, modify, create, and delete files and folders under Windows.
Just plug in your hard disk with ExtFS partitions to your PC via eSATA or USB-to-SATA and you can instantly modify files on Linux partition without installing special drivers.
- Fast and transparent access to Ext2FS/Ext3FS under Windows
- Special unmapped folder in My Computer (Explorer) to open ExtFS partitions, where you can read, write, modify, create, delete files and folders under Windows.
- Better stability with less risk to your system because there is no need to install a separate kernel mode driver
Paragon ExtBrowser works with Windows 7, Vista and XP. You can download it free from Paragon
I was really thinking of such a program. There are such simple programs, but I was looking for this one. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Awesome tool. It helps me my burning issues in Ubuntu. Now I can do it right from my XP. Thanks for the info.ReplyDelete