@tuxera NTFS for Mac lets you easily read and write NTFS partitions.
This is the kind of high quality software that gets you excited about your job (in software) again!
If plan to live in the modern universe running a Mac and you are not running this then you are missing out pleasant and easy operations on NTFS partitions.
Copied 107GB in 21 minutes
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@coriolissystems iPartition makes partition management on OS X a happy dream.
It does only what you expect.
If you have worked with OS X’s
Disk Utility enough you know how unpredictable it can be. I don’t know why it is that way, but you do have to be careful and thoughtful even if you are in iPartition. I suppose that it has to do with the OS and neither of the tools.
I just know that iPartition makes it trivially easy to resize and recreate partitions and on OS X 10.11 it is impossible to do so with Disk Utility!
Figured it wouldn’t make sense to pass up a $200USD free upgrade from Windows 7 Professional to Windows 10 Pro so I clicked “Yes” and the download began.
Fourteen hours later the installation completed and I was left with a Windows box that booted faster than before!
The new Windows release is faster and it includes Bash. Yes times have changed.
MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility worked just fine for me.
Great way to verify MSDN ISO downloads.
If you haven’t used Windows for a few years then plan on taking 6 weeks before settling back into it.
Most things you felt were “issues” will simply disappear.
Windows Azure: The Big Picture.
You won’t view anything in this video and say “Oh my goodness I never imagined you could do that with a computer”. What will happen though is that now you will know how Azure lets you do that with a computer, all of their offerings from virtualization to networking to message queues covered. That is great to know. I chose this video specifically because it is the shortest. Further digging is required.
This is how. It really is that simple.
This superuser post explains how by setting FlipFlopWheel to 1.
Use 7-Zip to rename the folder. Via superuser.