Mounty for NTFS macOS Mojave
When you want to share files between a Mac and a PC with an external drive, you will find you can't write this drive on macOS Mojave. This is because the external drive is formatted with NTFS. It's well known that NTFS drive can only be read but can't be written on Mac.
Fortunately, with the help of a reliable NTFS for Mac App, you are able to read/write NTFS drive as you wish. As a freeware, Mounty for NTFS is one of the most popular NTFS drivers. Since the release of macOS Mojave 10.14, some people are so excited to update. Can Mounty for NTFS support macOS Mojave?
Can Mounty for NTFS support macOS Mojave 10.14?
No, it can't. Until now, still few NTFS for Mac software supports macOS Mojave 10.14. Although Mounty for NTFS is totally free, many people complained that it delivered slow read/write speed and caused data loss problems. So, a better NTFS for Mac tool - iBoysoft Drive Manager is worth trying.
Is there any NTFS for macOS Mojave 10.14?
Yes. At present, iBoysoft Drive Manager is one of the few NTFS for Mac applications which support macOS Mojave. It can write to NTFS drive, mount/unmount external hard drive and manage network drive on on macOS Mojave 10.14/High Sierra 10.13/Sierra 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7. Apart from NTFS drive, it can read/write to exFAT, FAT32 formatted external hard drives, USB drives, SD cards, memory cards, pen drives, etc.
As a smart tool, iBoysoft Drive Manager is able to automatically eject external drives when the system goes to sleep and reconnect network drives after resuming from sleep. What's more, you are allowed to mount/unmount all connnected external drives and network drives with only one click.
Compare to Mounty for NTFS, iBoysoft Drive Manager is more reliable and have faster speed. Meanwhile, it offers free tech support and free update.
How to write to NTFS drive on Mac with iBoysoft Drive Manager?
Step 1: Download and install iBoysoft Drive Manager on our Mac.
Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Drive Manager and insert the external Windows NTFS volume on Mac.
Step 3: Write to external Windows NTFS volume after getting notified that the drive has been mounted successfully.
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