November 23rd, 2008 by Keith

Disk Internals – Linux Reader for Windows

Posted in Fun Stuff, Linux, Software Companies, Utilities, Windows

It is easy for Linux users in Linux environment to access Windows partitions, such as FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS, by mounting the volume in the operating system. However, it is not easy to do so for the reverse; that is, to access Linux partitions (files and folders) from Windows environment.

Nonetheless, the task is not impossible. Although Microsoft did not equip the Windows operating systems with this feature, it can done via Disk Internals Linux Readers. With this tool, users can access the ext2 and ext3 partitions from Windows.

System Requirement

  • - An Intel-compatible platform running Windows 9x/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP/2003/Vista.
  • - At least 16 MB of RAM, a mouse, and enough disk space for recovered files.

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DiskInternals Linux Reader 1.0

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