Hasleo NTFS
Hasleo NTFS
3.1

0.0

Hasleo NTFS free download for Mac

Hasleo NTFS

3.1
26 November 2019

Mount or unmount the NTFS drives.

Overview

Hasleo NTFS is an application that resides in the Mac's status bar which helps you quickly and easily mount or unmount the NTFS drives. After the NTFS drive is mounted, you can read or write the NTFS drive as you read and write to a Mac's native drive, so you can easily exchange files between Windows and Mac using NTFS formatted removable storage devices. By default, Hasleo NTFS only lists NTFS drives. You can uncheck the "Only detect NTFS volumes" option to list HFS+, APFS, FAT, exFAT formatted drives, and you can mount, open or unmount them just like you operate NTFS drives.

The main features of Hasleo NTFS:
  • Mount and unmount NTFS drives from mac's status bar.
  • Full read-write access NTFS drives on macOS & OS X.
  • Option to list, mount and unmount HFS+, APFS, FAT, exFAT formatted drives from Mac's status bar.
  • Option to automatically launch the app after logging in to your Mac.
  • Supported Devices: Hard Drive, External Hard Disk, SSD, USB Drive, SD Card, CF Card, etc.

What's new in Hasleo NTFS

Version 3.1:

Note: Although Finder indicates that this is version 1.0, the developer states that this is version 2.0.

Fixed:
  • Check if the program has been added to the full disk access list
  • Check update improvements

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4 Hasleo NTFS Reviews

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Helmo-Hass
21 October 2019

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@Mcr You probably missed https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/51687/mounty and in my opinion this is either a copycat or surely something based on OSX already known command: ============ sudo echo "LABEL=DRIVE_NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab For example, adding read/write support to an NTFS drive named “WINDOWS8” would look like the following: sudo echo "LABEL=WINDOWS8 none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab Then to access it from Desktop as any other Volume: sudo ln -s /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME && open $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME or older way diskutil info /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME | grep UUID sudo echo "UUID=ENTER_UUID_HERE none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab open /Volumes ==================
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Version 2.0
Helmo-Hass
21 October 2019
You probably missed https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/51687/mounty and in my opinion this is either a copycat or surely something based on OSX already known command: sudo echo "LABEL=DRIVE_NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab For example, adding read/write support to an NTFS drive named “WINDOWS8” would look like the following:\n\ sudo echo "LABEL=WINDOWS8 none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab Then to access it from Desktop as any other Volume:\n\ sudo ln -s /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME && open $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME or older way diskutil info /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME | grep UUID sudo echo "UUID=ENTER_UUID_HERE none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab open /Volumes
Like (1)
Version 2.0
Helmo-Hass
21 October 2019
You probably missed https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/51687/mounty and in my opinion this is either a copycat or surely something based on OSX already known command: sudo echo "LABEL=DRIVE_NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab For example, adding read/write support to an NTFS drive named “WINDOWS8” would look like the following: sudo echo "LABEL=WINDOWS8 none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab Then to access it from Desktop as any other Volume: sudo ln -s /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME && open $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME or older way diskutil info /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME | grep UUID sudo echo "UUID=ENTER_UUID_HERE none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab open /Volumes
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Version 2.0
Helmo-Hass
21 October 2019
@Mcr You probably missed https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/51687/mounty and in my opinion this is either a copycat or surely something based on OSX already known command: ============ sudo echo "LABEL=DRIVE_NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab For example, adding read/write support to an NTFS drive named “WINDOWS8” would look like the following: sudo echo "LABEL=WINDOWS8 none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab Then to access it from Desktop as any other Volume: sudo ln -s /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME && open $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME or older way diskutil info /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME | grep UUID sudo echo "UUID=ENTER_UUID_HERE none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab open /Volumes ==================
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Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Mcr
Mcr
24 October 2019
@Helmo-Hass I viewed the package using Pacifist. It contains OSXFuse and MacFuse frameworks, and plethora of libfuse*.dylib link libraries. So it appears to be extending the file system via the FUSE api rather than wrapping existing mac embedded commands. I would actually feel more comfortable if the product was simpy wrapping as you described, since it could not do any less or more harm than what OSX would already permit. By implementing Fuse, I am very wary of the product, as there is considerably more potential for harm if the extensions are not implemented carefully. I was an early adopter of Paragon NTFS and boy, those first few releases were very unstable. I recall several instances of Bootcamp disappearing and main mac partition no longer booting, data corruption on the NTFS volume, etc.
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Version 2.0
Mcr
21 October 2019
So for years the only 'read/write' NTFS products for Mac was Tuxera and Paragon. Now out of the blue a third product shows up...'FREE'. Was not able to find any info on this company...no physical address on the website. Registrar for the domain is in China, but the IP address of the website server is in Provo, Utah. If I were to try this, would definitely try only in a Virtual Machine first or cloned partition.
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Version 2.0
2 answer(s)
Helmo-Hass
Helmo-Hass
21 October 2019
You probably missed https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/51687/mounty and in my opinion this is either a copycat or surely something based on OSX already known command: ============ sudo echo "LABEL=DRIVE_NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab For example, adding read/write support to an NTFS drive named “WINDOWS8” would look like the following: sudo echo "LABEL=WINDOWS8 none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab Then to access it from Desktop as any other Volume: sudo ln -s /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME && open $HOME/Desktop/DRIVE_NAME or older way diskutil info /Volumes/DRIVE_NAME | grep UUID sudo echo "UUID=ENTER_UUID_HERE none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" >> /etc/fstab open /Volumes ==================
Like (1)
Version 2.0
Helmo-Hass
Helmo-Hass
21 October 2019
You probably missed https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/51687/mounty and in my opinion this is either a copycat or surely something based on OSX already known terminal command
Like (1)
Version 2.0