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    Gatesby.T
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    I'm a UX designer dealing with hefty Photoshop and Axure files that need to move between Windows and Mac. So I need help figuring out the best way to share large Photoshop & Axure files between my Windows PC and Mac using NTFS-formatted external hard drives. While I know Mac can read NTFS files, the lack of write access is causing issues.

    My friend said I could use a Windows virtual machine to put files on my external hard drive. But I'm not good with tech stuff. This week I've been looking into third-party solutions and came across iBoysoft NTFS for Mac and Mounty. Has anyone used these tools? I'd like insights into their ease of use, performance, and reliability.

    iBoysoft NTFS for Mac seems to offer various features for file creation, editing, and deletion on NTFS drives. It also supports the latest macOS Sonoma. On the other hand, Mounty is known for simplicity in enabling write access.

    Any experiences or preferences between the two? Thanks for sharing your insights!


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    Last edited by Gatesby.T; 11-29-2023 at 09:11 PM.




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    Re: 【Need help】- A UX designer needs some honest feedback

    Edit: I'll try both apps.






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