Trick How to Access Linux Partitions (ext2, ext3, ext4) From Windows in Dual-Boot System ?

Trick How to Access Linux Partitions (ext2, ext3, ext4) From Windows in Dual-Boot System ?
UPDATE: New tools "LTOOLS" and "Ext2Read" included. Thanks to our readers "ThatGuy" and "Ashish Rohilla" for sharing them... If you have a dual-boot system with Windows and Linux, you probably know that Windows and Linux both use different file systems. Windows uses FAT32 and NTFS file systems where as Linux uses ext2 and ext3 file systems. You can access Windows partitions from Linux but on the other hand Windows doesn't allow access to Linux partitions. Many times we might need to access files stored in Linux partitions and we realize that we can't access them from Windows. In this situation we have to reboot our system in Linux to access...
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