Thursday, 29 March 2012

How to Access Linux Partition from Windows [Tutorial]

Hi all. Today in this tutorial we will see how to access Linux Partitions from Windows. If you have dual Booted your system with linux and Windows then you might have noticed that while using linux you can seamlessly access windows Partition but you can not access linux files when you are using Windows.

So today i am going to share a great tool which many people are using and that makes this taks even easier and without installation. 

How to Access Linux Partition From Windows

To access linux partition we will be using a simple tool. Ext3 and Ext4. Software is Open Source and you can download its source code if we wanted.

Some of the most important features of this software are:

  • Simple interface designed using QT4
  • Ability to read / view Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4 from Windows
  • Support for LVM2 partitions
  • Reading large files in Ext4
  • Copy directories recursively (including root "/")
  • Support for USB drives
  • Supports disk images and file systems (Wubi users).
  • Support for Unicode.

This little usefull software is a great tool and you do not need to install it, just get it, and run it that it and now you can easily access linux partition from windows.

Thanks for reading.
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