Access Linux Files From Windows 10

Access Linux Files From Windows 10

To Access Linux Files From Windows 10 you should use 3-rd party application like Ext2Read, Ext2explore, Ext2Fsd or Linux Reader. But my favorite is program is Linux Reader by Diskinternals.

Linux Reader is free application and has great features like integration with windows file explorer. This program is a bridge between your Windows 10 and Linux file systems. It supports access to Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, HFS and ReiserFS file systems.

With Linux Reader you can easily mount Ext4 to Windows 10 and read Ext4 partition content.

Also you should know Linux Reader application provides for read-only access and does not allow you to make records in file system partitions. To work with files on ext4 in Windows, you’ll need to save the file from your Linux partition to your Windows file system. with the Save option. You can save directories also.

To install Linux Reader to to official Diskinternals website, and download installer. And install it.

Linux Reader setup

 

Access Ext4 From Windows

How To Use Diskinternals Linux Reader

After setup run program and from main screen you will see all mounted partitions to your Windows system.

diskinternals linux reader

 

Open ext3 or ext4 partition choose file or directory which you need save, and press “Save” button:

linux reader save directory

 

Recoverable files can be saved to a hard drive or uploaded to FTP:

linux reader save file

 

Press “Next” and select recovery options and a destination for saving your files in next window:

linux reader save file

 

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Access Linux Files From Windows 10
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To Access Linux Files From Windows 10 you should use 3-rd party application like Ext2Read, Ext2explore, Ext2Fsd or Linux Reader. But my favorite is program is Linux Reader by Diskinternals. Linux Reader is free application and has great features like integration with windows file explorer. This program is a bridge between your Windows 10 and Linux file systems. It supports access to Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, HFS and ReiserFS file systems.
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