Microsoft NTFS For Linux Now Supports Kernels To 4.20.x a

Paragon Software Group has released Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software, a tool granting full access to NTFS and HFS+ volumes from Linux devices. The transfer rate is the same for native Linux file systems and, reportedly, in some cases even better.

 

Use HFS+ file system and its native journaling support for better file system integrity, when transferring files between Linux PC and Mac. Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software includes additional utilities that lets you format any volume as NTFS or HFS+, check the formatted volumes for integrity and fix errors.

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Added features include support for Linux Kernels up to 4.20.x, automatic driver rebuild for newer supported kernels with DKMS library and read support of new NTFS system compression methods on Windows 10/Server 2016/Server 2019. Supported NTFS features include NTFS versions 1.2, 3.0, and 3.1 (Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10, Server 2016, Server 2019).

 

 Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software is part of Paragon’s File System Link (FSL) driver technology available for licensing to OEMs and embedded system providers. Paragon’s FSL technology solves incompatibility issues between various file systems and popular operating systems. With FSL support for all popular file systems embedded into modern digital devices, consumers can enjoy issue-free platform interoperability. For more details, checkout Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software.

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