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How to recognize your Linux partitions on Windows

Shit aside, it is extremely common to find situations where we need to use Windows. Whether at school, college, work, or even when we want to play that favorite game that unfortunately only runs on Windows.

And when you are in Windows and you remember: damn, that file I need is in my Linux partition

By default, Windows cannot read native Linux partitions such as EXT2, EXT3, EXT4 and etc. Linux already natively recognizes Linux partitions (NTFS and FAT). For these cases you can use one of the tools mentioned below. Install them on your Windows and usually access your files on Linux:

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