Suggestions for sharing and using data between Ubuntu and Windows 7 dual boot
I'm planning to install Ubuntu 10.04 with Windows 7. (I'm new to Linux, have to use at work so I'm planning to install it at home to learn more)
I plan to use a partition to my Windows system files (C:), another for my personal files that already exists (D:) and a new one for Linux.
I want to have a partition for my personal files that works across these systems - so, if I boot with Windows or Linux, there are the same "Videos", "Pictures", "Projects" folders.
Is it possible? Is there a hd filesystem capable of having writes from both systems without too much risk of corrupting or something? (Can't be FAT32, I need to store >4gb files). I've read some horror stories of corruption, and would like to know from a other people's experiences some POV about all the risks involved in such scenario.