It would be nice of Apple to add NTFS writting support for people who use drives between Windows and Mac OS X. But smart as macOS 10.12 Sierra hasn't made it easier for mounting NTFS drive and made it possible to write to NTFS drive in macOS 10.12 Sierra. A NTFS for macOS 10.12 Sierra app is needed to help people who want to read and write NTFS drive in macOS 10.12 Sierra. iBoysoft Drive Manager, an easy-to-use Mac tool, makes it easy to mount, read, write NTFS drive in macOS 10.12 Sierra. It is highly recommended for people who want to write NTFS in macOS 10.12 Sierra.
About NTFS and macOS 10.12 Sierra
NTFS is the file system that the Windows NT operating system uses for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk. NTFS drive is the drive that uses NTFS file system.
macOS 10.12 Sierra is the operating system released by Apple on September 20, 2016. HFS+ file system is used in macOS 10.12 Sierra.
NTFS and HFS+ file systems are really well sorted out. Microsoft and Apple have spent considerable effort on development. Using different file system may be the way to make Mac OS X be Mac OS X and Windows be Windows. But the differences between NTFS and HFS+ make macOS 10.12 Sierra can't mount NTFS drive as a regular drive with read-write mode. That makes trouble for people who use drives between Windows PC and Mac or people who have to write a NTFS drive on Mac occasionally.
Read/write NTFS in macOS 10.12 Sierra with iBoysoft Drive Manager
With iBoysoft Drive Manager you can manage, mount, read, and write your NTFS drive on macOS 10.12 Sierra simply. It's very easy to use. What need to be done before mounting and writing your NTFS drive is downloading and launching iBoysoft Drive Manager. After getting notified that your drive is mounted successfully, you can manage, read, and write your NTFS drive.
As a professional Mac tool, it can not only help you to write your NTFS drive in macOS 10.12 Sierra but helps you to manage external drives and network drives. You can mount, unmount, and eject all your external drives with only one click from the menu bar. And it helps you to connect and disconnect network drives on your Mac. What's more, it's fully compatible with macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion).
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