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Paragon NTFS For Mac OS X Review

Mac

Paragon NTFS For Mac OS X Review

One of the drawbacks when switching from Windows to Mac is the lack of native NTFS support. You can read from NTFS volumes with no problems, but writing is another story. Luckily software like Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X exists to restore the missing link and make your NTFS volumes useful again. The software costs $19.95, has already been updated with full support for Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8).

04-09-2012
Paragon NTFS For Mac OS X Review
Ext4 vs. Btrfs: Why We’re Making The Switch [Linux]

Linux

Ext4 vs. Btrfs: Why We’re Making The Switch [Linux]

Quite honestly, one of the last things people look at is which file system is being used. Windows and Mac OS X users have even less reason to look, because they really have only one choice for their system – NTFS and HFS+, respectively. Linux, on the other hand, has plenty of different file system options, with the current default being ext4. However, there’s been another push to change the file system to something called btrfs.

28-07-2012
Ext4 vs. Btrfs: Why We’re Making The Switch [Linux]
How To Reformat Your FAT32 Drive To NTFS – And The Advantages Of Doing It

Windows

How To Reformat Your FAT32 Drive To NTFS – And The Advantages Of Doing It

You may not know it, but choosing the right filesystem for your drives is actually pretty important. Although the main idea of all filesystems is the same, there are many advantages and disadvantages over each one. While there are many more filesystems out there, we’ll be looking at the most popular two, FAT32 and NTFS.

10-10-2011
How To Reformat Your FAT32 Drive To NTFS – And The Advantages Of Doing It
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