Windows cannot read from and write to HFS+ partitions. This limits the ability of Windows users to exchange or share files between Windows and Mac OS X file systems. Occasionally, users will rely on the services of FAT partitions which can be read and written to by both Windows and Mac OS X. FAT partitions have disadvantages and limitations as well; for example, you can’t store/create files greater than 4GB in size. Moreover, what if your data is already stored on a Mac-formatted partition and you want to migrate them to a Windows-formatted drive (NTFS) to preserve the integrity of the data?
If you have an iPod you probably know that it contains all your music inside hidden folders. When you attach your iPod (excluding iPod touch models) to the system it can be seen as a simple Removable Flash Drive. HFS for Windows makes it easy to move the music off of the iPod and onto a Windows PC.
• Read Access: Gives Windows users ability to read and write data from Mac OS X.
• Easy to Install: Intuitive and efficient, the driver is easily installed through a user-friendly wizard.
• High Performance: Transfer files at a rate similar to native HFS file-system performance.
• No Limitation: There is no limitation to maximum file/partition size (but must be within Windows and HFS+ limitations.
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