by Matt Wu

User-friendly extension file operating system in which extension files can be accessed easily.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Matt Wu

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Last revision: Last week

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Ext2Fsd is a free driver for Microsoft Windows that allows the system to work with Ext2 and Ext3 file systems. Disk managers work with an application by starting their managers. Select the disks/binaries you want to mount/assign, and then select the corresponding ext2 or ext3 format.

This allows support for: xt2fsd:

- This helps you read and write to ext2/ ext3 servers;

- Journalism editing support, including ext3, ext3 news:

- Various code pages can be supported: All these characters have utf8. There are some other characters as well.

- The mounting point can be automatically assigned;

- A wide range of inodes can be supported: 128, 256, etc;

- Files over 4 GB can be supported.

- The CICS access for the network is shared;

- htree directory indexing;

- Read-only ext4 support;

- fsck support (uninit_bg).

Cannot be operated without Ext2Script support:

- journaling to an ext3 file system;

- t's support for ext4;

- raid is a Linux and command line version of LVM.

The following Ext3/4 file systems can be supported with these functions.

- flexible inode size;

- htree directory indexing;

- There is a high level of support for very large files.

A few functions do not work on Ext3/4 file systems:

- Journalism;

- flex_bg;

- EA and ACL.

This free extension can be used to open/work on files using Microsoft Windows by using the Ext2Fsd plug-in. Perfect for anyone who reads or creates large amounts of documents, spreadsheets, and databases.
There's nothing special about it, but it could be a bit funky on occasion. While it will fix something when it does it, does exactly what it should. My hard disks have been able to withstand some mounting and reading since I've used SSD storage for a couple years. It would be nice if it had raid support because I have to access backup drives frequently. However, according to reports, a raid feature is in the works. If I tried to run anything via the drives, windows sometimes gave me a funny reaction.
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