Tuxera ntfs for mac validating key
Since this is not a new issue on the system, the web already has thousands of articles and blog posts on the subject.
Many solutions are available; some of them are free, and some of them are paid.
As with 99% of the times I need to find a way to solve something, I started at Google when I noticed I could not use my NTFS disk on the Mac.
I instantly remembered the additional rpm installer of Red Hat and assumed that something similar could be happening on my beloved unix-based operative system.
I never got the CPU usage above 2.5%, which is a pretty small footprint for any given process.
Another important feature you gain when using Tuxera is the possibility to verify and repair NTFS disks using your Disk Utility.
Serious problems began when working with NTFS external volumes became a part of my job.
It is always related to extra work in the form of additional configurations and many frustrating results.With one Firewire 800 and one USB 2.0 disk, moving files from one to the other was not only faster that in any previous test, but as reliable as only the “no-errors” factor can be.Several attempts to collapse the system with heavy and multiple transfers resulted in a clean copy/move of files every time.As most people, I don’t like to spend money just because.If there is a free application that can properly accomplish the task; that is the way to go for me.