Mounty for NTFS
Mounty for NTFS can perfectly realize the read and write of NTFS disk format by Mac system, and it is very easy to use, no need to learn tedious commands, it is very practical for ordinary users who only use U disk/mobile hard disk occasionally!
In fact, the macOS system itself already natively supports the reading and writing of the NTFS disk format, but NTFS is after all the technology of the old rival Microsoft Windows products. Due to copyright and commercial reasons, Apple had to “write” NTFS. The function is shielded and becomes the hidden feature of the system.
We can enter some specific commands through the terminal to turn on the “Native NTFS Support” of the Mac, but this requires you to manually type in a few long commands every time you plug in and out the U disk, which is not only troublesome and difficult to remember, but also easy Something went wrong. Mounty for NTFS is a free and easy-to-use gadget to solve this problem! It is very convenient for your Mac system to perfectly support the reading and writing of NTFS file format disks.
Mounty for NTFS replaces the troublesome steps of inputting commands. When you start it, it will automatically detect all the NTFS volumes of the inserted removable hard disk/U disk. Once it finds any new ones, it will prompt you whether to mount it through Mounty , In order to realize NTFS can read and write.
At this time, as long as you click “Yes, sure!” to confirm, Mounty for NTFS will automatically load the NTFS disk into the macOS system, and then you can perform any read and write operations on the disk at will, just use it as usual exactly the same. If you clicked “No, thanks” or did not see this prompt, you can also select “re-mount” under the Mounty menu to read and write.
After the re-mount is successful, the Finder window corresponding to the disk will automatically pop up, and the menu bar icon of Mounty will also turn blue (read and write status), then you can perform random operations on the NTFS partition.
One more thing, the disk mounted via Mounty for NTFS does not display the “Eject” icon in the Finder. So, after you have finished using it, please do not unplug the USB device directly. You must click on the Mounty menu and select “unmount” to “eject” the device to ensure data security.
In addition, check the “Start at Login” to enable the Mounty for NTFS application to start at boot.