Explore you EXT partitions


Linux user who dual boot to Windows can have hard time with exploring ext4, ext3, and ext2. These three partition system are used by Linux operating systems. Though Linux recognize all the partition system like ntfs, fat32, fat64, etc. Windows hardly recognize partition systems other than fat and ntfs. But with Paragon ExtFS for Windows (2.1.440) you can explore it in explorer. This application provides native solution rather than different environment (simply browse it in explorer rather than separate application window). This version now supports Windows 10. Some features of this application are

  • Provides fast and transparent access to Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4 under Windows
  • Read-only support for LVM (Logical Volume Management)
  • Supports the latest Windows 10
  • Run at startup and automount feature
  • Useful tray application and support for safe eject
  • And, it’s easy to install!

After installation simply register with your email and you’ll get the product and serial for the application. Do know that this application is free to use with registration for personnel use. After installation is complete simply restart your computer then viola you can now explore your ext partition.

For corporate users you can buy the product for 19.95$ with following features

  • Fast and easy read/write access to Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4 under Windows
  • Unique business tool to get Linux and Windows cooperating
  • Create/format partition wizards
  • Read/Write support for LVM (Logical Volume Management)


As you can see this application auto-mounts and make the ext partition as a new Local Disk in my case Local Disk (G:).

You can download it here.

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