HFSExplorer is a lightweight application that can read Mac-formatted hard disks and disk images. It can read the file systems HFS (Mac OS Standard), HFS+ (Mac OS Extended) and HFSX (Mac OS Extended with case sensitive file names).
HFSExplorer gives you the ability to browse Mac volumes with a graphical file system browser, extract files (copy to hard disk), view detailed information about the volume and create disk images from the volume.
HFSExplorer can also read most .dmg / .sparsebundle disk images created on a Mac, including zlib / bzip2 compressed images and AES-128 / AES-256 encrypted images. It supports the partition schemes Master Boot Record, GUID Partition Table and Apple Partition Map natively.
HFSExplorer can be a useful tool if you use an Intel Mac running Windows with Boot Camp. It gives you the ability to access files on the Mac OS X volume. It can also be useful if you have a HFS+-formatted iPod, that you need to access content from within the Windows environment.
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