I wonder if there is a solution (an easy one) that i can apply to my
computer.
On my harddrive i have two partition that contain images and movies and
i like to access them from Linux and Windows alike.
Right now they are formatted to NTSF since Linux can read that. But
Windows is more dumb from what i understand and can not read any other
filesystem.
Is there perhaps a driver one can use or to ask differently, which
filesystem should i use to access the data from both OS.
At one point i will have a dedicated Linux box, right now everything is
one computer.
I did read that there is a EXT driver for Windows, but it is very basic
and ignores all privileges.
I am also happy if someone points me to a FAQ or a guide that i can
read.

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