December 27, 2018

How To Get Access Linux Partitions from Windows 7, 8 and XP.

Linux the most popular operating system and also an OneSource. When you are in dual boot like me then you may not be accessing Linux file system. Here in this this tutorial we are going to share with you how to access Linux Partitions from Windows 7, 8 and XP.


Things to be Done While Installing Linux to get Access Linux Partitions from Windows 7, 8 and XP

For this process to work out we have to install Linux Distros with ext4 file system which is actually supported. which will help to get access to Linux Partitions.

How to use Linux Reader to get Access Linux Partitions from Windows 7, 8 and XP

You can download Linux reader for free of cost. As soon as you install that program on your pc you can able to see Linux drives on your explorer of windows.
Download Linux reader using the download link given and you will be getting a familiar windows explorer experience.
If you are interested in making any changes with Linux partition you can easily access. Now you can changes from windows operating system itself.
I hope you got my intension of revealing this How to Access Linux Partitions from Windows 7, 8 and XP. This pretty simple to do try at your home where you can easily do the things.

Download Linux Reader | 4.29 Mb | Free

Conclusion:- This the best program that which helps you to access all the files of Linux in your windows machine where you will accessed. This is program that which is  helps the guys dualboot based pc

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Imran Uddin

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  1. Awesome tutorial Shravan. No need to be greeky to understand. You described in very simple way. Thanks for sharing.

  2. There is no denying the fact that Linux is the most famous OS and a Open source too, but i can say its Not GUI….what u say imran????

  3. Lixus isnt most popular os but one of the most
    it has less than 1% of market share
    and it’s open source not one source :v

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