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Linux Reader v4.7.1
Linux Reader v4.7.1 Freeware Linux Reader for Windows Get access to any files from Windows! How to get safe and quick access to alternative file systems? DiskInternals Linux Reader is a new easy way to do this. This program plays the role of a bridge between your Windows and Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, HFS and ReiserFS file systems. This easy-to-use tool runs under Windows and allows you to browse Ext2/3/4, HFS and ReiserFS file systems There are a number of evident merits of the program, which you should know. First of all, DiskInternals Linux Reader is absolutely free. Secondly, the program provides for read-only access and does not allow you to make records in file system partitions. This guarantees that the interference in an alterative file system will not affect the work of Linux later. Apart from this, it is necessary to note, that it gives you an opportunity to use common Windows Explorer for extracting data. A preview option for pictures is one more pleasant point, which is worth mentioning. How to get safe and quick access to any file systems? DiskInternals Linux Reader is an easy and short way to solve the problem! While saving, it ignores file security policies. It means that it is possible to access absolutely any file on a Linux disk from Windows. The program can create and open disk images. Linux Reader is 100% FREE. Try it now. Do not install the program on the disk where you're going to recover lost data. Never recover deleted files to the same disk. Use a different disk or disk partition instead. Reader for Ext2/3/4 ReiserFS, Reiser4 HFS, HFS+ FAT, exFAT NTFS, ReFS UFS2 Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,594 Jan 23, 2021
DiskInternals, ltd.
Ultimate Windows Tweaker v4.7.1 for Windows 10
Ultimate Windows Tweaker v4.7.1 for Windows 10 The most popular tweaking software, Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4 for Windows 10 adds several new tweaks for the new operating system. Those of you who have upgraded to Windows 10, would want to use it to judiciously tweak your Windows 10 and personalize your computing experience. With judicious tweaking, it can make your system faster, more stable, personal, and more secure with just a few mouse clicks. Ultimate Windows Tweaker is like a TweakUI for Windows 10. While you may be able to access all these via the Windows 10 Settings app, the Registry Editor or the Group Policy Editor, Ultimate Windows Tweaker makes things easier for you by offering all useful tweaks from its single UI. This tweaker is just around 750 KB in size and includes over 200 tweaks. Like its predecessors, UWT 4.0 sports a clean, minimalistic UI, offering links in the left panel, and tabs on the top, in some categories. Hover over any tweak, and helpful tooltips will tell you what the tweak does. What is new Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4 for Windows 10 adds several new tweaks. Here are the highlights: Seeing the concerns being raised about privacy issues, several tweaks have been added under a new Privacy section. Many new tweaks in Context Menu for Store Apps to support Windows 10. The empty.ico file is not required now for “Remove Shortcut Arrows From Icons” to function properly It calculates Windows Experience Index from the main page. Click on Run assessment to recalculate the WEI. You can Run DISM command to fix corrupted system image You can now pin Drives to Desktop Context Menu Many new tweaks to customize Windows 10 ...
5/5 4,461 Mar 12, 2020
Paras Sidhu
   
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