Sunday, January 1, 2012

Access Linux partitions from Windows

There are a number of options for accessing Linux partitions from Windows. One of them is Ext2 IFS for Windows .

Its functionality is indeed great, but what I really want is a program that won't show my Linux partitions whenever i check My Computer.
Explore2fs offers just that, showing the partitions within the program + it is portable, as there is no installation, just unpack&run.

Features (from :
  • Reads ext2
  • Reads ext3
  • Drag & Drop
  • 1.44Meg Floppy Disk Support
  • LS120 Floppy Disk Support
  • ZIP & Jazz Disk Support
  • USB & CF Disk Support
  • CDROM Support
  • Supports Windows 98 extended partition scheme
  • Export files as binary
  • Export files as text
  • Export directory
  • View/Execute file
  • Large disk support
  • Large file support
  • LVM2
  • ReiserFS Detection
  • Unicode UTF8 support
  • Preserve time stamps on export

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