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By default, Windows does not support access to Apple’s proprietary disk and file formats. Although you can use some file archivers like 7-Zip to open and extract files from DMG file, you still can’t edit it. In this case, you can use TransMac to directly open, view and edit Mac’s APFS (Apple File System) and HFS (Hierarchical File System) format of disk drives and dmg files from Windows.