New Modern Linux kernels|
Support for Linux kernel versions from 2.6.36 up to 4.4.x.
New Improved NTFS file |
system support (including compatibility with Windows 10 NTFS)
Supported NTFS features (see also "Compatibility"):
- NTFS versions 1.2, 3.0 and 3.1 (Windows NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8.1, Windows 10);
- Compressed files support;
- Sparse files support.
New Improved HFS+ support|
(including compatibility with OS X El Capitan HFS+)
Supported HFS+ features (see also "Compatibility"):
- Replay native HFS+ journal
New Improved support for very|
large volumes (16+TB)
Driver is updated to provide a more user-friendly behavior when working with very large volumes (16 TB and larger). NTFS&HFS+ for Linux 9.4 confirmed to work on 20 TB physical and 25 TB virtual volumes in the Paragon lab.
New Improved TRIM/discard|
support for SSD storages
Use the ‘discard’ mount option to enable TRIM support on the SSD storages mounted by Paragon driver to improve performance.
Exceptional ease of installation/uninstallation|
Shell script builds the driver, installs it, and also removes the driver from the platform.
Transfer rate is the same as for native Linux file systems.
No file or volume size limitations|
There are no limitations to maximum file and volume size (but within Linux kernel and NTFS/HFS+ limitations).
All NTFS versions supported|
The driver supports all NTFS versions - from Windows NT 4.0 up to Windows 10.
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