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As you know, If you have installed Linux operating system and Windows on the same PC, you won’t be able to see Linux  partitions from Windows.  This is one of the biggest issues for those users working with these two operating systems. The only solution they have got is to turn off the computer and boot Linux.  Recently, I have come across a nice, free application to help you solve this problem and  access Linux partitions from Windows in a couple of easy steps. Let’s see what I am talking about.

DiskInternals Linux Reader is a free tool which bridges your Windows and Ext2/Ext3 Linux file systems. The tool runs under Windows operating systems and lets you browse and explore Ext2/Ext3 Linux partitions easily.  Here is a list of its most important features:

  • Totally freeware.
  • It provides you read-only access and does not allow you to make records in Ext2/Ext3 file system partitions.
  • It lets you use common Windows Explorer for extracting data.

If you want to know more or you just want to download it, click here.




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One Comment to “How to Access Linux Partitions From Windows”

  1. Hariharakumar Says:

    My Windows partition is infected with virus, so i dont want it to crawl into Linux partitions by allowing Windows to access Linux files and folders
    .-= Hariharakumar´s last blog ..Control your PC with your mobile =-.


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