Ubuntu supports ext4 file system. While windows support NTFS and FAT32.
Now my problem is I have songs folder which is full of songs. I have unallocated space left too (if more partitions are needed). I have windows 7 as well as ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
Now what I need is this: Able to share my songs folder (a single copy of the folder) in both ubuntu as well as windows.
How can I achieve this? I want an easy user friendly solution which doesn't involve mount this , unmount that, its very cumbersome and confusing. I just need direct access, like when I turn on windows, I double click on mp3 file by opening folder shortcut in my desktop, same thing I want in ubuntu, don't wanna type many commands everytime I switch my OS.
(I am very new to ubuntu and I have formatted my PC 5-6 times to install ubuntu and windows as a dual in last 7 days. Now finally I got them both working as dual OS, I don't wanna screw things up, so I thought to ask here before taking any action such as partition, etc. because I don't know what to do exactly)
Edit: From Where should I make the partition? So I should make FAT32 right? but where? From Windows Disk Utility or Gparted ? If I make from Gparted, will I be able to access it in windows as a local disk?