TUXERA NTFS 2018 FOR MAC FREE DOWNLOAD
Tuxera NTFS 2018 For Mac is software built for edit, copy, move or delete those files you use on your mac. You can write files. Tuxera NTFS For Mac is designed to format and it’s easy to use. It provides fast file transfer with smart caching technology. Now you don’t have to worry about Unexpected power cuts or unplugging a USB drive at the wrong time can cause data loss or damage the drive market-leading fail-safe technology keeps your videos, pictures, and other files intact, plus prevents drive corruption. Tuxera NTFS For Mac has full read and write capability for Windows NTFS-formatted drives.
Tuxera NTFS For Mac supported
Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2018 brings full read and write compatibility with Windows NTFS-formatted drives to your Mac. Our latest version supports macOS High Sierra and Sierra, OS X El Capitan, and all previous OS X versions from 10.4 (Tiger) onward.
Free upgrades for existing customers:
Regardless of your operating system version, we recommend upgrading Tuxera NTFS for Mac for all the latest features and improvements. For our existing customers, upgrades are always free of charge, so you won’t need to buy a new license for the 2018 version.
If you’re running High Sierra, you’ll definitely want to upgrade to the latest version of Tuxera NTFS for Mac.
With the launch of High Sierra, Apple introduced a requirement that users must manually approve any software that loads new kernel extensions. The NTFS for Mac 2018 installer now easily guides you through this process.
What’s a kernel extension?
In plain English, the kernel is a program running at the core of macOS. The kernel has complete control over everything inside the Mac. A “kernel extension” is code that would help expand the kernel’s capabilities. In the case of Tuxera NTFS for Mac, our kernel extension expands the capability of your Mac to write, delete, and move files on Windows NTFS-formatted drives.
New to Mac?
If you’ve just switched from Windows to Mac, you might be having trouble copying, editing, or deleting files stored on USB sticks or external hard drives you used to use with your Windows PC. That’s because out of the box, Apple’s operating system, macOS, only allows you to read files stored on drives formatted with NTFS, the file system used with Windows PCs. With NTFS for Mac 2018, you can access, edit, store, and transfer files between PCs and Macs hassle-free.
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) and macOS 10.13 (High Sierra).