TransMac is a utility for accessing data recorded in Apple Macintosh format. Additionally, the program provides the capability of writing to Apple HFS hard drives not only in addition to reading and copying their data to the drive on your regular computer.
TransMac works with virtually any media - Hard drives and floppy disks as well as CD/DVDs make up this group.ROM and others.
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10: If using XP/Vista please make sure you understand these requirements.In these operating systems, the program relies on a lot more privileges in order to run. You must be able to get elevated rights (permanent or temporary) while running TransMac. Here are the steps to follow.Run as an administrator by clicking the program icon. Alternatively, you can check the "Run this program as administrator" option in the "Compatibility" tab by selecting the "Properties" item.
- A Mac is usually a great way to write or read from virtually any media format;
- A wide variety of drives have been designed and supported; USB supports most types of drives such as USB, IDE, Atatine (IEEE FireWire), and SCSI, for instance).
- The format supports both HFS and HFS + / HFSX.
- Use a copy-and-rover process when copying, renaming, and deleting files.
- creates CD-R/RW, DVD-Various Mac audio formats are available, such as R/RW/DVD/R/RW, etc.
- As one of the discs; it must be recorded.
- reads multi-The session disc and the hybrid disc; discs on both of those discs.
- By using TransMac, you can view and open Mac and PC files directly.
- Disk images can be saved and further restored as well as other functions.