Access Linux Drives From Windows

If you run a dual boot between Linux and Windows (or want to), then it would probably be handy to be able to access your Linux files from Windows. Natively, you cannot do this from Windows as it will recognize the standard Linux file system’s, ext2 and ext3, as an unknown partition.

To solve this problem, look no farther than the Ext2 Installable File System For Windows http://www.fs-driver.org/. Once you have this tool installed, you will be able to read and write to your Linux drives, just as you would in Windows.

If you run a dual boot, this tool is invaluable.