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How to Access Your Linux Partition From Windows [Medium]

Tuesday, May 8, 2012


Linux Reader is a freeware application from DiskInternals, developers of data recovery software. In addition to the Ext file systems, Linux Reader also supports ReiserFS and Apple’s HFS and HFS+ file systems. It’s read-only, so it can’t damage your Linux file system. Linux Reader doesn’t provide access via a drive letter – it’s a separate application you launch to browse your Linux partitions.




How to Access Your Linux Partition From Windows 

1) Download and Install DiskInternals Linux Reader from official website.
2) Launch DiskInternals Linux Reader.
It will lists all available partitions including Linux Partitions.

3) Now just browse to your Linux Partition and Select your Files.


4) DiskInternals Linux Reader gives you a feature and possibility to preview your Files before saving it to your Windows partition.

Done!