Are you among those who like to try a new OS? Then you are currently using two different OS, and use the concept of dual boot, then found it difficult to display or copy files and folders? You need not worry, I have a solution for you.
Basically, each OS must use a different file system for reading a file is needed so that additional applications are bridging, one of which is Ext2Read.
This application is used to display or copy files and folders stored on the file system used by Linux ext2/ext3/ext4/lvm. Just like Windows Explorer, this application has a simple interface making it easy to use. Users can recursively copy entire folders, even to the root directory “/”. This application supports USB external disk, disk, and filesystem image (root.disk), as well as a unicode.
You can download this application here, have a nice day.