Enables read&write to NTFS disks (windows formatted external hds)
Required OS: 10.5
IT is great! unless you have 2 systems mac and windows 7 installed than there is a minor problem with bootcamp - it doesnt see windows as a booting os . but you can switch off the driver anytime .
Way better than native Snow Leopard support (through terminal) and way better than MacFuse NTFS implementation. Worth the money.
Occasionally it's on sale for $14,95
Snow Leopard has NTFS built in BUT you have to do some terminal work.
Isn't NTFS support built into Snow Leopard? What's the point of this app?
You get this driver together with another one, installable on Windows, to access MAC files, so it works both ways!... It is hard to remember to save in a compatible place every time. This way, you really don't need to mind where you put the stuff.
The best qualities are speed and dual-way access.
The worst is... price, LOL!...
Regardless of how this app works, I think everyone should know about MacFUSE, which is open source. Here is the link on i use this: http://osx.iusethis.com/app/macfuse.
Excellent app, I have found it better than MacFuse, and easier to implement.
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