Paragon: 5% of macOS users work with at least three incompatible systems

According to the group, the popularity of its Paragon UFSD value pack shows that every 20 macOS users work with three incompatible file standards.

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Paragon: 5% of macOS users work with at least three incompatible systems Hall: "I use the UFSD Value Pack personally and professionally. Personally, I have dual-boot laptops and desktops, and need to transfer information between the two systems as I work on different tasks."
By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  December 26, 2016

Paragon Software Group, a corss-platform technology leader in mobile devices and embedded solutions, has found that that the Paragon Universal File System Driver (UFSD) Value Pack, has been adopted by 5% of Paragon NTFS for Mac users.

This indicates that the bundle, which contains five essential cross-platform tools, has been installed by every 20 macOS users who work with at least at least three incompatible file system standards.

Commenting on the development, John Hall, UFSD Value Pack user, said: "I use the UFSD Value Pack personally and professionally. Personally, I have dual-boot laptops and desktops, and need to transfer information between the two systems as I work on different tasks. Professionally, I use Paragon products to transfer information from older hard drives onto new equipment, or recover information from damaged or unusable machines.

"Paragon provides a single source for all major file systems - NTFS, HFS, and Ext3.  Having a single solution is important, so I have a single installation or upgrade, one place to contact for any issues, and a consistent approach."

Paragon UFSD Value Pack is equipped with tool designed for high-performance read and write access to NTFS, HFS+, and ExtFS partitions from macOS or Windows-based systems. Furthermore, it also boasts lower CPU load and power consumption, and also enables dual-boot users to easily write files to NTFS-formatted storage devices.

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