Best ways to use NTFS drives on Mac [Video tutorial]

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Being a Windows file system, NTFS isn't compatible with Mac – at least, not by default. With the right tools, however, your NTFS-Mac conundrum can be a thing of the past. 

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What is it about?

First off, we explain the step-by-step process of how to convert NTFS to a readable file format with Mac’s Disk Utility. It’s super easy, but you should be wary, as damage and data loss could ruin your files. So, if you’re going for this approach, we recommend backing up your files first with Get Backup Pro (it’s super easy; we’ll show you how).

But if backing up and laboriously converting file-by-file sounds like a lot of work, we have the solution: with iBoysoft NTFS for Mac, you can convert NTFS files on Mac quickly and securely in just a few clicks.

And if NTFS writing on Mac is what you’re looking for, you’re in the right place, because we walk you through the step-by-step process of enabling NTFS writing on Mac with Terminal.

The great news is that you can access both of these handy apps and start converting securely with only one subscription. Head over to Setapp to learn more.

For further details on NTFS for Mac, read our article on How to use NTFS on Mac.

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