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DiskInternals Linux Reader is a simple yet powerful application that provides users with the possibility to explore Ext2 and Ext3 Linux partitions directly from their Windows computers.
A Windows Explorer-like interface
The program comes with a GUI (Graphical User Interface) that resembles a lot with that of the Windows Explorer. Thus, users can browse their Linux partitions from a familiar interface, which makes it easier for them to find the files they are interested in.
When launching the program, users can view all of the hard disks and partitions on the system, regardless of whether they have been created under Windows or Linux.
Open partitions and create partition images
With the help of this application, users can open any of the partitions on their system and can view and extract the files saved there. Moreover, the tool allows them to write data to these partitions without affecting their integrity.
The application includes support for creating images of any of the partitions discovered on the installed hard disks. Moreover, it can be used to mount an existing image and to access its contents.
Hex preview and logging
The tool has been packed with Hex preview capabilities, accessible with a simple right-click on the target partition. It can also be used to launch the properties window of the selected item.
All of the operations performed with the help of this program are logged, which means that users can review information on them at a later date. Thus, they can stay informed on what changes were made to the partition and on the successful processes.
A fast utility
All in all, DiskInternals Linux Reader is an easy-to-use, snappy program for accessing Linux partitions under Windows. It allows users to extract files from these partitions, to write content to them, and to create images of any partition on the system.
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