HFSExplorer

HFSExplorer

Average User Rating:
5.0
out of 2 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
0.21
File Size:
1.49MB
Date Added:
October 15, 2012
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows XP/Vista
Total Downloads:
45,988
Downloads Last Week:
536
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Additional Requirements:
Not available

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    5.0

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  • 5 stars

    "Opens PassWord protected DMG on Windows"

    March 28, 2014   |   By rDavidd2

    Version: HFSExplorer 0.21

    Pros

    After trying 8 others, this is the only one that I found that would open a pass word protected MAC DMG on windows - with great ease. It's free and very simple to use.

    Cons

    In order to work with Win7 need to install Windows XP Mode (it obviously also words in Windows XP SP3).

    Summary

    It works whereas others don't.

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  • 5 stars

    "Free Alternative to Commercial Software MacDrive"

    December 20, 2012   |   By fujitsulover

    Version: HFSExplorer 0.21

    Pros

    You can see the Mac partition while in Windows mode..

    Cons

    You cannot write to the Mac partition while in Windows mode..

    Summary

    Jesus Christ! The only thing I could say that is wrong is that you cannot write to the Apple partition in Microsoft mode. For instance, I am using Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (french 32-bit edition). I can view/look at my Mac OS X 10.6.8 partition.. all the directories can be seen, "downloaded" through extraction, and the files extracted used. However, when it comes time to modify Mac OS X 10.6.8 files, I am not allowed to do so. I have to say that this might not be such a bad thing for security purposes. For instance, you do not want to accidentally delete your important files that you worked all year long on just because you are doing something as complicated as managing two operating system modes at the same time. I personally LIKE the limitation. However, that is cautious-me talking. (hehe) Well, another benefit is that the extraction process is extremely fast. I have not tried it on more than 14 or so files at a time, however, it has proven to take maybe less than two to three seconds. What more can I say than it is perfect for the Holidays like Christmas especially seeing it is free. Thank you to the creator. Hope you get enough donation to keep it free and keep afloat. Enjoy people.. hopefully ;)

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