A really handy system driver that was especially created to enable access for all Windows users to the HFS+ file system used by OS X
|Updated||Jan 24th 2019|
Paragon Software Group N/A N/A
|Crack Size||38.8 MB|
|Systems||Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
Cross-platform compatibility of software applications is often not enough for many users and when exchanging data among systems that are powered by Windows on one side and OS X on the other, some issues may arise.
In order to alleviate all the compatibility issues pertaining to the different file systems used by the two operating systems, Paragon HFS+ for Windows 8 Free Edition was developed and made available.
This is a system driver that once installed onto the target PCs will make it possible for anyone to access the files stored on OS X specific partitions. HFS+ formatted drives become thus open to all Windows users who need to transfer to and from them any kind of data.
As it is a driver that integrates deep inside the system, Paragon HFS+ for Windows 8 Free Edition will require a reboot to complete the installation and set everything in place.
The advantages brought about by this piece of kit will become evident while transferring files, as it offers superior speeds as compared to the native driver assigned to the HFS+ file system. More so, the types of hard disk it can handle should cover the needs of all users, since it is compatible with units connected via IDE, SATA, USB, ESATA or FireWire.
Paragon HFS+ for Windows 8 Free Edition also boasts full compatibility with Boot Camp, the application that is bundled inside OS X to allow users to install onto their Macs Microsoft's proprietary operating system.
Free for non commercial use only.
Free registration is required to install and use the software.
Grazie per il numero di serie per Paragon HFS+ for Windows 8 / 8.1 Free Edition
thanks for the patch for Paragon HFS+ for Windows 8 / 8.1 Free Edition
спасибі за патч для Paragon HFS+ for Windows 8 / 8.1 Free Edition
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