updated 09:55 am EST, Tue March 6, 2007
MacDrive 7 released
Mediafour today launched MacDrive 7, an update to its Windows cross-platform file-sharing software that brings Windows Vista compatibility alongside the ability to analyze and repair Mac disks. The application enables Windows users to access all types of Mac disks as if they were windows drives, including external USB and FireWire drives. Apple disks are displayed with a small Apple logo to keep things clear, but are usable just as any Windows disk. MacDrive also supports partitioning and formatting Mac disks, burning Mac CDs and DVDs, and works with Boot Camp to provide access to Mac OS X system drives. MacDrive 7 requires Windows XP, Server 2003, or Vista. The software is priced at $50 for a new license, with upgrades available for $20.