Great news for Tuxera NTFS for Mac fans! We’ve got a brand-new version ready to download with macOS High Sierra support– Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2018.
Tuxera Ntfs 2016 For Mac
Hi for me Tuxera works great on macOS High Sierra Developer Beta 4. After i install Tuxera NTFS i got the same issue after the new start. Go to Settings-Security. Tuxera NTFS is the best programming to deal with all NTFS documents or hard circle. It upgrades the execution of Mac or the speed of information exchange. It helps the speed of the record exchange of NTFS arranged documents. It spares your opportunity to deal with the elements of a hard plate of Mac.
Read and write to Windows NTFS drives on macOS High Sierra
As with previous versions, Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2018 brings full read and write compatibility with Windows NTFS-formatted drives to your Mac. Our latest version supports macOS High Sierra and Sierra, OS X El Capitan, and all previous OS X versions from 10.4 (Tiger) onward.
Regardless of your operating system version, we recommend upgrading Tuxera NTFS for Mac for all the latest features and improvements.
If you’re running High Sierra, you’ll definitely want to upgrade to the latest version of Tuxera NTFS for Mac. In an earlier post, we discussed an issue with High Sierra blocking the 2016 release of Tuxera NTFS for Mac. With the launch of High Sierra, Apple introduced a requirement that users must manually approve any software that loads new kernel extensions. The NTFS for Mac 2018 installer now easily guides you through this process.
What’s a kernel extension?
In plain English, the kernel is a program running at the core of macOS. The kernel has complete control over everything inside the Mac. A “kernel extension” is code that would help expand the kernel’s capabilities. In the case of Tuxera NTFS for Mac, our kernel extension expands the capability of your Mac to write, delete, and move files on Windows NTFS-formatted drives.
New to Mac?
If you’ve just switched from Windows to Mac, you might be having trouble copying, editing, or deleting files stored on USB sticks or external hard drives you used to use with your Windows PC. That’s because out of the box, Apple’s operating system, macOS, only allows you to read files stored on drives formatted with NTFS, the file system used with Windows PCs. With NTFS for Mac 2018, you can access, edit, store, and transfer files between PCs and Macs hassle-free.
If you don’t have a license for Tuxera NTFS for Mac, it’s a convenient, one-time purchase valid for the entire lifetime of the software! Visit our product page to buy the software or download and try it free for 15 days. We even have some helpful links to get you started:
As always, if you have any questions or feedback, our support team is happy to help. Get in touch at [email protected]
Get the latest version of Tuxera NTFS for Mac here:
With the much-awaited launch of macOS Sierra, we’re pleased to announce that Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2016 is now available! Macworld has a great overview of the new features in Sierra, so be sure to check them out if you’re not quite up to speed. For us, two interesting improvements stand out. One is Sierra’s new Optimized Storage. This new feature frees up storage space on your Mac by automatically moving rarely used files to iCloud. This of course requires you to buy a subscription for iCloud storage if you need more than the free 5 GB of space you get.
Another new development is Apple File System (APFS), which starting in 2017, will replace the decades-old HFS+. APFS is scalable from Apple Watches to Mac Pros, and should bring better interoperability between all Apple products. It’s also more secure and reliable than HFS+. Although APFS won’t ship in Apple devices until next year, we’re keeping an eye on all the latest developments.
Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2016 brings support for Windows drives to macOS Sierra
As with previous versions, Tuxera NTFS for Mac brings full read-write compatibility with Windows NTFS-formatted drives to your Mac. Our software makes it possible for you to access, edit, store, and transfer files hassle-free. It supports macOS Sierra, OS X El Capitan, and all previous OS X versions from 10.4 (Tiger) onward. If you aren’t upgrading to macOS Sierra, we still recommend upgrading Tuxera NTFS for Mac for all the latest features and improvements.
If you don’t have a license for Tuxera NTFS for Mac, it’s a convenient, one-time purchase valid for the entire lifetime of the software! Visit our product page to buy the software or download and try it free for 15 days. If you have any questions or feedback, our support team is happy to help. Get in touch at [email protected]
Thanks for your valued feedback
Back in June, we launched a release candidate for Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2016. We’d like to extend our thanks to those of you who downloaded the RC version and sent us feedback. With your comments and suggestions, we’ve been working on improvements for today’s release. For a summary of all major changes and improvements to our NTFS driver for Mac, visit the release history page.