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Ext2Fsd 0.65 was released !

Sunday, April 10th, 2016
Features implemented and bugfix since V0.64:

  Features:
    1, major performance improvements (small files meta-operatios)
    2, memory pressure handling for buffer-head structures reclaim
    3, back support for Windows 2000 (i386, 32bit)
    4, no bothering user with notification message for Ext2Mgr
    5, project improvement: Ext2Mgr to be built with WDK or VS2008
Supported Ext3/4 features by 0.65:
    1, flexible inode size: > 128 bytes, up to block size
    2, dir_index:    htree directory index
    3, filetype:     extra file mode in dentry
    4, large_file:   > 4G files supported
    5, sparse_super: super block backup in group descriptor
    6, uninit_bg:    fast fsck and group checksum
    7, extent:       full support with extending and shrinking.
    8, journal:      only support replay for internal journal
    9, flex_bg:      first flexible metadata group
   10, symlink and hardlink
    11, Mount-as-user: specified uid/gid supported
Unsupported Ext3/4 features:
    1, journal: log-based operations, external journal
    2, EA (extended attributes), ACL support
Features to be implemented in next release:
   1, Extents management improvement
   2, EA and ACL security checking
Files descriptions:
Ext2Fsd-0.65.exe:       setup wizard for Windows systems (win2k, Winxp, 
                        Vista, Win7, Win8, Win10, Server 2003, Server 2008/R2)
Ext2Fsd-0.65.7z:        Batch setup package in 7-zip
Ext2Fsd-0.65.zip:       Batch setup package in zip

Download link:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2fsd/files/Ext2fsd/0.65/
Files checksum:
C:\Works\Ext2fsd\0.65>sha1sum Ext2Fsd-0.65*
cf9114b7951de6c902e20911fd81a4599343ab9c *Ext2Fsd-0.65.7z
9f479c37d30bad0b9724a43717adf8e661e42b6d *Ext2Fsd-0.65.exe
d4d5d4f261299a853acbd4c615db8a270aa89576 *Ext2Fsd-0.65.zip
WARNINGS:
    The driver may crash your system and ruin your data unexpectedly,
    since there might be software conflicts and I could only test it
    on some of the popular platforms. You should use it with care and
    use it at your own risk!
Matt <mattwu@163.com>
http://www.ext2fsd.com