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HFSExplorer is an application that can read the file systems HFS (Mac OS Standard), HFS+ (Mac OS Extended), and HFSX (Mac OS Extended with case sensitive file names).
HFSExplorer allows you to browse your Mac volumes with a graphical file system browser, extract files (copy to hard disk), view detailed information about the volume, and create disk images from the volume. HFSExplorer can also read most .dmg disk images created on a Mac, including zlib or bzip2 compressed images, and AES-128 encrypted images. It supports the partition schemes Master Boot Record, GUID Partition Table, and Apple Partition Map natively. HFSExplorer is written mostly in Java 5, optionally using some Java 6 features, with some Windows-specific parts written in C in order to be able to get raw access to block devices, and to create a practical launcher application.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 0.23.1
Bugfix: Fix support for encrypted images with the version 2 header and multiple key entries.
Bugfix: Help content could not be located due to a recent location change.
Enhancement: Use the same custom icon for all HFSExplorer windows, making them easier to find.
Enhancement: Attempt to force the GTK+ Look & Feel if the default one provided by the system is Metal or Motif. This makes HFSExplorer more usable in superuser mode on many Linux distributions.
Many other small fixes. See the git log for more info.
What does install from ISO mean?
--An ISO installation file is a collection of individual files and folders on an installation DVD combined into a single file.
How do I work an ISO file?
--You can open the ISO file using File Explorer or Windows Explorer in the pop-up menu. Next, select the disc image burn command. The Windows Disc Image Burner tool should appear and point to your CD/DVD drive. Click the Burn button to continue.
How install from ISO file in Windows?
--Right-click the ISO image file and select Mount from the menu. It will open the file like a DVD. Next, you'll see an entry for your drive letter in Windows Explorer. Browse to the location of the setup file and double-click it to begin your installation.