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    Using Paragon with NTFS HDDs

    Anyone else using Paragon NTFS for Mac® OS X 10 to deal with NTFS portable HDDs?

    Good purchase? Reliable? Easy to use?

    We have a non-technical user so we need a simple solution for their home MAC. They need to move the files between this and their work WIN7 PC.

    They have a couple of portable HDDs with hundreds of GB of data and copying off and starting again isn't a simple solution for them.
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    There is also : Tuxera NTFS for Mac | Tuxera

    There is the manual way of doing it ( not sure if this is an option ) : http://prateekvjoshi.com/2013/04/21/...mountain-lion/
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    And cheaper.

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    ok scratch Tuxera then !

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    But not by much!

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    I use Tuxera at home - think I got it with a discount code earlier in the year.

    It works flawlessly, I've not had to touch it since I installed it. And I write to NTFS USB drives a lot

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    Paragon purchased and user is now a happy bunny.

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