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is there any possible way to mount and use a linux partition like ext3 or ext4 in windows and manipulate them just like ntfs volumes? i mean like some program you intall and then you just assign drive letters to your linux partition?

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What you're talking about are IFS drivers.

There are several ones available for RW on ext2 and other read only for other file systems, see e.g. here.

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There are some IFS drivers for windows.

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