HFSExplorer is ideal for users looking to work with disk images and Mac-formatted hard disks. It allows the user to work with and read file systems such as HFS (Standard OS for Macs), as well as HFSX, HFS+, and others. It lets users browse through and search Mac volumes and directories for specific files and directories. It allows the user to extract data and then copy them to a hard disk drive. It also allows users to view detailed information and other information pertaining to various chosen directories and volumes.
HFSExplorer allows users to read different disk images such as .dmg, Zlib, AES-128, AES-256, and other encrypted files. It also allows users to work with various partition schemes and other records, such as the Master Boot Record, Apple Partition Map, and GUID Partition Table. This software is essential for those working with intel and other fields, such as users working with Intel Mac, which is running Windows and also Boot Camp. It is essential for accessing specific files and directories on the Mac OS x hard drive.
HFSExplorer is very diverse in the different file system that it works with, and lets users work specifically with different aspects of their directories. It is very simple and easy to use, equipped with an elegant interface that does not take long to learn how to maneuver. I would highly recommend that all users working with these OS systems look into this program as a very reliable file explorer and one for partitioning. It works with Mac-formatted disks and other disk images, meaning that it applies to many users who are looking for this sort of program.
Allows browsing directories and locating specific files, as well as partitioning