The HFSExplorer is an app that allows you to read your Mac operating system standard files know as HFS files. It allows you to read them with a graphical file system browser on Windows.
Read HFS Files With A Windows Tool
The HFSExplorer is a program that gives you a graphical user interface on which you may view your MAC files. It reads HFS files HFS+ files and HFSX files. That means it can read the standard operating Mac operating system the Mac OS extended and Mac OS extended with file names that are case-sensitive. Using a graphical file system browser you may extract files by copying them to your hard disk. The tool is also able to read a wide range of .dmg files that your Mac operating system created.
Conclusion - A Rare And Valuable Tool
The HFSExplorer is valuable because there are people out there that need access to their Mac files on their Windows computer and yet there are so few tools like the HFSExplorer that the tool itself is very rare. The program is written in Java 5 with a few features from Java 6. There are also some elements of the program that are Windows specific and they were written in the C programming language.
A rare and valuable tool for reading Mac files
It is a practical and intuitive tool
The tool has clearly had lots of work put into it
A paid version may have had more features
It will probably be redundant one day when the Mac dies
There is little wrong with the program besides the occasional installation hiccup
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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