HFSExplorer is ideal for users looking to work with disk images and Mac-formatted hard disks. Files can be worked with and read by users based on file systems including HFS (Standard Operating System for Macs) and HFSX and HFS+, for example. User's can browse volumes and directories related to particular files and directories. It allows the user to extract data and copy it using a hard drive. It also allows users access to a variety of information about directories and volumes, as well as detailed information.
HFSExplorer allows users to read different disk images such as .dmg, Zlib, AES-128, AES-Files such as 512k and higher, which are encrypted. In addition, users can retrieve various disk images like the Master Boot Record, Apple Partition Map, and GUID Partition Table via the program. For those who work in fields such as intel, computer users running Windows and/or Boot Camp, then this software is critical. It is essential for accessing specific files and directories on the Mac OS x hard drive.
HFSExplorer is very diverse in the different file system that it works with, and lets users work specifically with different aspects of their directories. The package is easy to use and requires little training since the interface does not take much time to learn. For users operating with such systems, I highly recommend installing this program; it has proven to be a reliable file explorer and a partitioning program. has Mac compatibilityThis technology applies to almost all users who want programs which can retrieve formatted disks and other disk images.
Allows browsing directories and locating specific files, as well as partitioningFeatures: