Most of the posts highlight what I am focused on and express work and personal experience. Reason I put them here - recall later or help someone else with similar challenge.
Once you are on Mac OS X (i.e. El Capitan) and one day you meet someone with removable drive (USB flash) asking you do download something from either corporate network share (file server) or straight from the Globe Internet and offload this data to that USB. Oops! No way here, you actually locked down with your OS X to write anything into NFTS.
One of the option to unlock such a weird fail of Apple is actually to use third-party Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X!
There are few cute things I'd love to highlight:
Ok! The installation of the product is not really a big deal! Really straight forward and intuitive! Once the product installed, for further settings go to your «System preferences» and find out «NTFS for Mac OS X» (for vanilla El Capitan it should be the last icon in overall section).
In the main first tab the most of management actions you do: «Mount / Unmount», «Erase (Format)», «Verify»!
I also like the fact it sees and allows me to format my volumes to native HFS file system!
Windows hibernate handler. Nice to see and know that Paragon seems to care about this Windows weird case!
License activation is really 1-2-3! Nice product though!