Sunday, March 13, 2011

Linux file system in Windows

Are you a dual Operating system user?�Have you ever thought that just like you can handle your windows files from linux, it would be good if you can access your linux file from windows?�If yes, here is a solution. First, let us see, why we cannot view the linux files from windows. Linux uses file-systems like ext2, ext3 etc while windows uses NTFS, FAT etc. The problem is windows cannot decode and understand the contents [...]

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