Tuxera NTFS for Mac is our commercial read/write NTFS software for Mac users. It builds and extends upon the proven stability of Tuxera's popular open source NTFS-3G to deliver a full featured, commercial grade NTFS driver for your Mac. With Tuxera NTFS for Mac you can access your Windows disks as easily as any Mac disk. Microsoft NTFS for Mac by Tuxera is a system extension which adds functionality to the core of the operating system. On macOS High Sierra and above, the user is required to approve any system. Tuxera NTFS can be used on all Mac OS X versions (starting from 10.4). Here are the key features: Support for all versions of NTFS Not only you can perform read & write operations, but you can also make your own NTFS partitions. Tuxera NTFS for Mac is a commercial NTFS partition read / write software for Mac users. Tuxera NTFS for Mac delivers the highest NTFS data transfer speed for Mac, protecting your data with smart caching. Tuxera NTFS for Mac includes Tuxera Disk Manager for easy formatting and maintenance of hard drives, such as inspection and repair.
Open, edit, copy, move, or delete files stored on Windows NTFS-formatted USB drives on your Mac. When you get a new Mac, it’s only able to read Windows NTFS-formatted USB drives. To add, save, or write files to your Mac, you need an add-on NTFS-driver. Microsoft NTFS for Mac by Tuxera is easy-to-use software that makes this possible.
Tuxera NTFS MAC operating system file format support, and compatibility reading technology is driven to bring easiness for fire protection, etc. Moreover, it comes to NTFS files, builds also move files to edit, copy, paste, delete, re-edit, and fix drive to work collaboratively.
Use the same external USB drives no matter what you use – Windows PCs or Macs. Microsoft NTFS for Mac by Tuxera adds full read and write capability for Windows NTFS-formatted drives.
Peace of mind for your precious moments. Our market-leading NTFS driver stores your videos, pictures, important documents, and other files intact and uncorrupted.
Microsoft NTFS for Mac by Tuxera provides fast, sustained file transfer speeds with our smart caching technology. That means less time waiting for files to save or copy between your external drive and Mac.
Our software is the only NTFS driver on the market to include support for NTFS extended attributes. You also get Tuxera Disk Manager, a companion app that makes it easy to format, check, and repair NTFS drives. Plus, NTFS for Mac works conveniently with dual boot or virtual machine set-ups.
Supported platforms: Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), macOS 10.13 (High Sierra), macOS 10.14 (Mojave), macOS 10.15 (Catalina) – and coming soon, macOS 11.0 (Big Sur)
Supported hardware: Intel, PowerPC Mac, and coming soon, Apple Silicon
Works in both 32-bit and 64-bit kernel modes
All NTFS versions supported
Create NTFS partitions
Create NTFS disk image
Midi sequencer mac freeware. Verify and repair NTFS volumes
Smart caching for high-performance read/write
Automatic translation of file names
Native extended attributes
Seamless data exchange when dual booting Windows and macOS
Easy file handling when running Windows through a virtual machine
..Once installed you can forget about it. It’ll do all the work in the background and not bug you about this and that, it just works.Damien Zander, AppDucate
I truly appreciate the customer-first service and, obviously, great products Tuxera provides.Brian from CO, USA
..It just works. Every time. I'm a developer by trade, and I can usually find fault in anything I use. I have nothing negative to say about NTFS for Mac.Patrick from OH, USA
It made the scariest part of going from PC to Mac go away.Shaun from CA, USA
..It works beautifully and completely transparently.David Weiss, Director/Editor/Colorist
..The perfect solution for any Mac user who needs simple and fast read and write access to files stored on NTFS formatted partitions on a Mac.Sergiu Gatlan, Softpedia
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