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Some advanced computer users are likely to have both Windows and Linux installed on their machine. One problem you might encounter in this case is that: Linux can easily read Windows’ various file systems used for storing files (such as FAT, NTFS), but in reverse, Windows cannot directly mount, display, or read any file system of Linux. If you don’t want to ask some disk partitioning tools for help for this reason, try DiskInternals Linux Reader instead.