Tuxera NTFS for Mac with Full Support For OS X Yosemite

Apple just rolled out with the latest updates. At the event last night the company unveiled a new, slimmer version of iPad 2 along with updates to iPad mini iMac computers. Last but not least, new operating system - OS X Yosemite is now available for a download from the Mac App Store.

The upgrade comes with several exciting features. Mac and iOS operating systems not only look similar but are now very much interconnected. For instance, you can easily move your work between Mac, iPhone and iPad and pick up exactly when you left off on the other device. You can also make and receive calls directly from your Mac. Very nifty.

To make sure you are always up to date, we have a fresh update of Tuxera NTFS for Mac for you, now with full support for the OS X Yosemite. If you are not planning on upgrading just yet, it works perfectly fine with all Mac OS X versions starting from 10.4 (Tiger).

Download it now and enjoy seamless compatibility with NTFS drives. Interested but haven't purchased the software yet? We offer 15-day trial during which you can test Tuxera NTFS for Mac and see how it works.

Do you have any questions or comments? Our support team will be happy to help.


Tuxera NTFS for Mac wins the Epsilon Award

Last weekend we have been attending the European Software Conference in Venice where our commercial application, Tuxera NTFS for Mac won the Epsilon Award for software excellence. Voting was open until the end of October and anyone familiar with the product could put in their vote. Thank you for all the votes, we were quite in the lead compared to the other nominees. As most of you know, we released an upgrade recently making the software fully compatible with the latest OS X Mavericks. If you have not updated it already, do it now. It is free for all our registered customers.

This time at ESWC we were showcasing Streambels and discussing Tuxera's path from open source to commercial success. In the introduction we mentioned the always buzzing Finnish start-up scene and Wired UK ranking Helsinki the hottest start-up capital in Europe. In fact, Tuxera is moving the headquarters next week to mentioned in the article Itämerenkatu, previously Nokia space and now the house of very much talked about young companies, Supercell and Jolla.

Mentioned above Streambels - our AirPlay & DLNA media streaming app for Android is almost ready for the public release and we will be showing it off at the Slush next week. If you happen to be there, do not miss the Tuxera booth. To learn more about the app, feel free to visit Streambels website.


All Things Apple - Tuxera NTFS for Mac with Full Support for OS X Mavericks

Second Apple's event this Fall definitely did not disappoint its fans. Along with the complete refresh of most of its product lines, we finally saw the launch of  OS X Mavericks, Apple's latest operating system announced at the beginning of summer. In response we are giving you fully compatible upgrade of Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2013. You can download it now directly from our product page. If you are already a user, it is enough to just download and install it. If not, you can purchase the license in our online store or try it out first using our 15-day long trial version.

Updated version of the software ensures that our users are up to date with the latest developments, while bringing further enhancements to the performance and reliability at the same time. Most recent improvements include faster shut-down times, simplified product key input, added signed kernel extension and more.

For all those of you who are not familiar with it yet, Tuxera NTFS for Mac is our commercial read & write NTFS solution for Mac users, a must-have in a mixed Mac and Windows environment. It offers the fastest NTFS transfer speeds while protecting your data with smart caching layer.
Talking about upgrades, let's have a look at what is new with  OS X Mavericks. Following the launch of the iOS 7, mobile operating system for iPhones and iPads in the end of September, Mavericks brings more than just several refinements for the users. It has been already described as the most powerful and power efficient Apple's operating system up till now. Some of its most interesting features include greater flexibility with multiple display menus, App Nap that saves power while working, interactive notification center letting you get things done without switching the apps, Finder Tabs for reducing the clutter and many more. Anyone who bought an Apple computer since 2007 can download it for free from the App Store. Before updating make sure that you have everything in place. CNET posted a list of 5 things to do before upgrading to Mavericks, check it out!

Enjoy!

 


Tuxera NTFS for Mac – Everything You Wanted to Know and More

As most of you know, Mac OS X provides limited support for Microsoft Windows NTFS formatted volumes. Out of the box, the files will be in read-only mode so you won’t be able to copy, edit or delete them. However, a lot of us use many different devices at work and at home. It can quickly become very annoying to handle huge amount of digital data that is produced every day. According to a recent survey made by Deloitte, there was a 150% increase in the so-called digital omnivores, people who own at least 3 portable devices (a smart-phone, tablet and a laptop).

Tuxera focuses on development of file system solutions that help to overcome these obstacles. Our Tuxera NTFS for Mac software is widely used by Mac users to transfer, access, edit and store media content from a variety of devices. It is crucial for us to have all updates in place so the solution is fully compatible with the newest Mac OS X versions released by Apple.

Just last week we published our Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2012.3.6 in response to a new Mac OS X 10.8.3 update. The new package includes 2 new exotic languages, Polish and Brazilian Portuguese. Our customers come from around the globe and to cater to all of them we also added multiple currencies to our online store.

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Tuxera NTFS for Mac fully supports Mountain Lion

We have been excited to see a huge peak in Tuxera NTFS for Mac downloads after Apple released Mountain Lion earlier in the week. If you haven't updated your copy for a while now it's the right time. You can download the latest Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2012 right here. Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2012 adds several new features and the latest installation package we released right after Mountain Lion has been signed with Gatekeeper, which makes sure you have the right, untampered software from Tuxera. As always, we are eager to hear your feedback and suggestions for new features and other improvements!


Tuxera Recovery is released!

Tuxera wishes you a happy new year!
We start 2012 with a new release: Tuxera Recovery. After our Beta period, we are very proud to announce the first commercial version of Tuxera Recovery. Thank you for all your valuable feedback. Now we launch an improved and very stable product that will allow you to recover any unintentionally deleted file. Tuxera Recovery supports all Windows versions starting from XP.

The product costs only 25 euros and can be purchased in Tuxera's webshop:
http://www.tuxera.com/products/tuxera-recovery/

You can always download and try the product before purchasing. If you have feedback on Tuxera Recovery, suggestions on what kind of new features you would want to have, please write us to: recovery AT tuxera DOT com.

 


Release: Tuxera Recovery Beta

We are now announcing the release of Tuxera Recovery (Beta). Tuxera has launched its first Windows application, Tuxera Recovery. This utility will help you to recover unintentionally deleted files from your hard drive, camera, mobile phone, USB stick or any other storage.

 

For more information, please visit: http://www.tuxera.com/products/tuxera-recovery/ We are happy to receive your feedback, just write us to: recovery@tuxera.com


Release: Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2011.4

We are now announcing the release of Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2011.4.

The new release contains numerous enhancements. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Automatic translation of filenames that would be invalid in Windows into a compatible form, leading to less problems when copying files to NTFS volumes (can be turned off in preferences).
  • Improved responsiveness when using multiple simultaneous NTFS volumes on 64-bit kernels.
  • The ability to turn off native storage of extended attributes, introduced in version 2010.7 (to improve compatibility with NTFS-3G and older versions of Mac OS X's internal NTFS driver).
  • Bugfix for formatting hard disks with 4 KiB sector size. The previous version produced NTFS volumes that could not be used successfully in Windows.
  • Bugfixes/tuning of native extended attribute handling. Some applications (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) could misbehave with the previous stable version.
  • Bugfix for saving files from Adobe Premiere Pro.
  • Bugfix for free disk space handling. The amount of free disk space being displayed in Finder was not kept up-to-date in some situations.

Updates are free for all existing customers, so we urge everyone to update to the latest version.


Release Candidate: Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2010.12-RC

The latest release candidate of Tuxera NTFS for Mac is out.
The newest release candidate contains bugfixes and a some new features.

Highlights:

  • Automatic filename translation of characters that Windows Explorer considers illegal. File names and attribute names can now safely contain characters such as ':' and '\' as they are translated to the private Unicode range according to the scheme used in Services for Mac. (This proved to be an immediate problem as some Mac OS X component has started to set attributes like "com.apple.metadata:kMDItemWhereFroms" which resulted in the files being inaccessible in Windows Explorer.)
  • Improved performance with multiple filesystems under the 64-bit Snow Leopard kernel.
  • Bugfix: Free space updates was not picked up by Finder at all times (Snow Leopard).
  • More efficient aligned I/O, now built into the caching layer. This should improve performance in some situations.
  • Bugfix for resource fork handling. This bug resulted in problems with some applications, e.g. Adobe Photoshop CS5.

Please send an email to our dedicated support email address describing any issues that you might have. Thank you.


Award for Tuxera NTFS Mac

AT-AWARD-SILVERGerman computer magazine Apfeltalk ("Appletalk") has reviewed Tuxera NTFS for Mac (Google translation). The product was thanked for its unbeatable performance and flawless operation compared to competition. Tuxera NTFS for Mac was recommended with a Silber-Award ("Silver Award"), something we are very proud of!