NTFS write support is still disabled on macOS Mojave. This is because NTFS is developed by Microsoft and can only be used on Windows platform. Mac only enables NTFS drive read support, but disable the write support. How to write to NTFS drives in macOS Mojave? The easiest way is to install an NTFS for Mac application.
Is there free NTFS for macOS Mojave?
The answer is yes. There are a few free NTFS for Mac drivers available, but they are not reliable nor secure. iBoysoft NTFS for Mac is one of the best which is cost-effective and feature-rich. Let's have a look.
NTFS for macOS Mojave - iBoysoft NTFS for Mac
iBoysoft NTFS for Mac allows users to write to NTFS drive on macOS Catalina 10.15/Mojave 10.14/High Sierra 10.13/Sierra 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8. It will mount NTFS volumes in read-write mode automatically. Besides, you can open, unmount, eject, repair and erase NTFS volumes with one click. Another nice feature is that iBoysoft NTFS for Mac can allow users to open all attached external disks like USB flash drives, SD cards, memory sticks and external hard drives in the drive list. You can also reformat them to NTFS if you like.
Tutorial to write to NTFS external hard drive on macOS Mojave with iBoysoft NTFS for Mac
Step 1: Download and install iBoysoft NTFS for Mac on Mac running macOS Mojave.
Step 2: Launch iBoysoft NTFS for Mac and connect the NTFS external hard drive to Mac.
Step 3: Write to NTFS external hard drive after the drive is mounted successfully.
How to write NTFS drive in macOS Mojave for free?
You can reformat NTFS drive to exFAT/FAT32. As two of the oldest file systems, exFAT and FAT32 are universally supported by Windows and Mac. If you want to share an external drive between Windows and Mac, reformatting NTFS drive to exFAT or FAT32 is the first choice. But reformatting will erase all data stored on the NTFS drive, you should back up all important files in prior to this operation. If you forget to do any backup or lose data during copying files, iBoysoft Data Recovery can help you recover lost data from formatted external drive.