Tuxera NTFS for macOS Mojave: How to Read Write to NTFS Drives on Mac

Posted by Katrina to NTFS for Mac on June 22st, 2018

When some people upgraded to macOS Mojave 10.14, they found their Tuxera NTFS for Mac not working. So they're looking for Tuxera NTFS for macOS Mojave to help them read and write to NTFS drives on macOS Mojave. In this article, we're going to review the pros and cons of Tuxera NTFS for macOS Mojave, and also provide several Tuxera NTFS for Mac alternaltives for your choice.Tuxera NTFS for Mac not mounting drives problem,

Tuxera NTFS for macOS Mojave: Pros and Cons

Pros: With intuitive interface, Tuxera NTFS for macOS Mojave is easy to use. It enables read and write support on USB drives, external hard drives, flash drives on macOS Mojave and earlier.

Cons: It's expensive to purchase a lifetime license. Some users even reported that Tuxera NTFS for Mac not mounting drives.

Is there any Tuxera NTFS for macOS Mojave alternative?

Yes. iBoysoft Drive Manager is one of the best NTFS for Mac application which supports macOS Mojave. Compared with Tuxera NTFS for Mac, iBoysoft Drive Manager can not only write to NTFS drive, but also mount external drives and network drives as local drives on macOS Mojave 10.14/High Sierra 10.13/10.12 Sierra/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7.

iBoysoft Drive Manager

This handy tool helps us manage our drives with ease. We are allowed to connect or disconnect external drives and network drives with only one click from the menu bar. Moreover, our external drives will be safely ejected when system goes sleep and reconnected after resuming from sleep. So we don't need to worry about worried about data loss due to unsafe ejection.

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.

NTFS for macOS Mojave 10.14

Step 3: Write to external Windows NTFS volume after getting notified that the drive has been mounted successfully.

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