As the newest macOS released by Apple, macOS High Sierra 10.13 offers us wonderful experience in using. But the same as all previous macOS, macOS High Sierra 10.13 doesn't support write to NTFS drive. That's why we can't create, edit, modify, delete files on NTFS drive or do some other operations that will write data to NTFS drive on macOS High Sierra 10.13.
By default, we can only read NTFS drive on macOS High Sierra 10.13. That causes much inconvenience for users who share drive between Windows computer and Mac and those who need to transfer file between NTFS drive and Mac. So we'd better install NTFS driver for macOS High Sierra 10.13/10.12 Sierra to help mount NTFS drive on Mac with read-write mode.
Here are two easy-to-use NTFS driver with which we can easily enable NTFS write support in Mac OS X.
Install NTFS driver for macOS High Sierra 10.13/10.12 Sierra - NTFS Assistant
NTFS Assistant is a professional NTFS driver for macOS that can effectively mount NTFS drive as a regular drive with read-write mode. It supports macOS 10.13/10.12 and macOS 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7. It not only has a very low price that anyone can afford, but also performs very well.
Tutorial to download and use NTFS Assistant:
Step 1: Download and install NTFS Assistant from App Store >>.
Step 2: Download and install NTFS Assistant Helper >>.
Step 3: Launch NTFS Assistant, and then connect NTFS drive to Mac.
Install NTFS driver for macOS High Sierra 10.13/10.12 Sierra - iBoysoft Drive Manager
iBoysoft Drive Manager is a reliable NTFS driver that can help us mount, unmount, read and write to NTFS drive with ease on macOS 10.13/10.12 and macOS 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7.
iBoysoft Drive Manager is also a wonderful manager for network drives and external drives. It offers a menu bar on which we can easily mount and unmount drives with a single click. It can automatically help unmount external drives when Mac sleeps without bothering to unplug and remount drives when Mac wakes from sleep.
Step-by-step instruction to mount NTFS drive on macOS High Sierra 10.13/10.12 Sierra with iBoysoft Drive Manager
Step 1: Free download and install iBoysoft Drive Manager on Mac.
Step 2: Launch iBoysoft Drive Manager and connect NTFS drive to Mac.
Step 3: Write to NTFS drive after getting notified that the NTFS drive has been mounted successfully.
For NTFS for macOS 10.12 Sierra, please refer to NTFS for macOS 10.12 Sierra to read/write NTFS drive on Mac.
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