How to browse the Linux partition when you’re on Windows
Everyone needs to take one or two files from your partition ext4. Hello, you need a backup of important files while you’re on Windows. Here’s how to browse the Linux partition from Windows using a tool called Ext2explore.
How to browse the partition of Linux while you’re on Windows
Most Linux distributions nowadays use the ext4 partition by default, while there are some tools with which you can read the old ext2 and ext3, Ext2explore is the only software that can read all three. In the spirit of Linux is open source.
You can download the software from this page, it runs on Windows XP SP3, Vista and 7. You must not install anything, so just unzip the file. Ext2explore has some compatibility issues, so first we must solve them. You can right click on the file. Exe and go to Properties. Then click the Compatibility tab. Under “Compatibility Mode” choose Windows XP from the dropdown menu. Choose the “Run this program as administrator” and click OK.
Now just double-click the program to start it. The program automatically scans your disks with partitions ext. If nothing appears or you receive an error message indicating that there are no partitions ext, be sure to run the program as an administrator.
Double-click on folders to open and navigate as you would in Explorer. Have fun!