Linux Reader for Windows

Linux Reader is a Linux Ext Reader for Windows. It allows Windows to Read from Linux Filesystems such as Ext4, Ext3, Ext2. It supports reading from ReiserFS, HFS, HFS+, NTFS, FAT, and exFAT filesystems as well. You can also use the utility to mount vMware, VirtualPC, VirtualBox, and Parallels disk images, enabling you to read the contents of those disk images from Windows.

This Linux file system viewer utilizes a familiar Explorer like interface to make it easy for the user to learn to navigate and use. Furthermore, the disk management tool can be made portable. Allowing you to bring it with you to run from removable media such as a flash drive.

With Windows ext4 support, I use this software to mount Ext4 partitions and open Linux files on Windows.

Linux Reader for Windows

 A Linux Filesystem Reader - Open Linux Files from Windows

Extracted Size: 22.4MB

Authors Website: Project Page

Author: DiskInternals

Supported Operating Systems: Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, XP

License: Freeware

How to run Linux Reader from a USB flash drive

To run Linux Reader from a USB drive:

  1. Download the program
  2. Create a folder on your flash drive.
  3. Extract the contents of the .exe to the folder on you created (I use 7-zip to do this).
  4. Click LinuxReader.exe from your flash drive to run the program.