- March 2, 2016 /
- by Eva Rio
On March 1st we released a new stable version of Tuxera NTFS for Mac and its companion app Tuxera Disk Manager. By default OS X can only read files from Windows-formatted hard drives leaving the users unable to edit, copy or delete anything. Tuxera NTFS for Mac is a full read-write NTFS driver that enables your Mac to read and write NTFS-formatted drives. Tuxera Disk Manager is a companion application that lets you format, check and repair NTFS drives, thus overcoming the limitations caused by the System Integrity Protection (SIP) feature introduced in El Capitan. Tuxera NTFS for Mac and Tuxera Disk Manager work in the latest OS X – El Capitan – and are backwards compatible and run on all OS X versions starting from Tiger.
The new update (version 2015.3) is now available for download on our dedicated product page for Tuxera NTFS for Mac, or through the Updates tab in System Preferences > Tuxera NTFS for Mac if you are an existing customer. In the Release History page you will find a summary listing all the major changes and improvements to the driver:
Visit our product page https://www.tuxera.com/products/tuxera-ntfs-for-mac to purchase the software or to download it and try it out for 15 days.
Many thanks to our developers, and to our users who sent us bug reports and suggestions for improvements!