As we all know, we can read files in NTFS drive on Mac, but we can't write NTFS drive on Mac. Disabling to write NTFS drive on Mac really causes great inconvenience to us. If we have an external hard drive that is NTFS-formatted and want to use it on a Mac, reformatting it into HFS+ or exFAT, FAT is a solution. But if there is data in the NTFS drive, we have to back up data before reformatting. And we may be suggested to use BootCamp to run a copy Windows directly from our Mac and use Window's native NTFS capability to read & write NTFS drives. But that will causes problems to our Mac and operating system. Many of us don't want to reformat the NTFS drive especially when there are data in the NTFS drive, let alone use BootCamp to run a copy Windows directly from our Mac.
For the convenience of mounting, reading and writing NTFS drives on Mac, many software companies develop NTFS for Mac tools. Among those tools, NTFS for Mac full version work better than free NTFS for Mac. If you want to free download NTFS for Mac full version, I'd like to recommend iBoysoft Drive Manager for you and introduce how to free download this NTFS for Mac full version to you.
NTFS for Mac full version - iBoysoft Drive Manager Free
As a professional Mac tool, iBoysoft Drive Manager Free will automatically mount NTFS drive on Mac with read-write mode for you, so that enables you to read/write to NTFS drive on Mac.
iBoysoft Drive Manager Free is fully compatible with macOS High Sierra 10.13, 10.12 (Sierra) and Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion).
After installing and launching iBoysoft Drive Manager Free, connect NTFS drive to your Mac, then you can manage your NTFS drive fast and intuitively from the menu bar and read/write to NTFS drive on Mac.
Besides the basic function as a NTFS for Mac tool, iBoysoft Drive Manager Free allows you to manage external drive and network drive from the menu bar with ease. With only one click, you can mount, unmount, or eject all volumes. It will automatically and safely eject all external drives when the system sleeps and mount all network drives when system wakes from sleep. And considerate notifications are given when a network drive is connected, available, disconnected or an external drive is mounted, unmounted, remounted or unplugged safely.
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