HFS+ is one of the primary file systems of macOS. If you work on a Windows computer and need to read or write files from HDD, SSD or flash drive formatted under macOS, you need HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software.
- Write Access: When a volume is mounted in write mode, you can do everything with files and folders it contains: read, edit, delete, rename, create new.
- Automount: HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software mounts supported volumes automatically at startup, so you don’t need to bother about it each time you restart the operating system or power your computer on. However, this feature can be disabled at any moment in the program interface.
- Internationalization: HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software supports all alphabets supported by your operating systems, including those that use non-Roman and non-Latin characters, so you will never face the problem of not getting access to file names on volumes mounted in non-native OS.
- Data Safety: Protection of data integrity and prevention of accidental data corruption and possible loss
- Guaranteed Performance: Steady throughput and balanced goodput with effective flow control, reduced overheads, and congestion avoidance
- Efficient Use: Thrifty usage of processor, memory, and disk resources
- Support for journaling: HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software supports native HFS+ journaling, thus ensuring that in case of any failure the disk file system is not irreversibly corrupted and can be put back on track easily.
- Compatible with Apple Boot Camp: HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software is fully compatible with Apple Boot Camp software and provides direct read and write access to Mac partitions from Windows installed on a Boot Camp.
- Stable Operation: Fail-safe operability across compatible hardware and software systems for both general-purpose and specialized applications
- Compatible with 3rd party software: HFS+ for Windows by Paragon Software is compatible with popular virtualization and encryption applications including VMware Fusion and Workstation, Parallels Desktop, TrueCrypt, and its forks.