I use linux for work (perform c++ calculations, latex) and I use windows for entertainment (dj software, tablet functionality). I'd like to access (read and write) to my linux partition from windows.
I heard coLinux is an answer but it will probably make things complicated.
So far i heard that the only problem with using NTFS for linux is it's slower. This is not good for work.
I was thinking partitioning my drive so that my home directory with all the config files is NTFS and the root and work directory is ext4. any drawbacks to that?