UFS (Unix File System) is the default file system used by all unix-family operating systems, such as BSD OS and Sun Solaris OS. UFS is also referred as the Berkeley Fast File System, FFS or the BSD Fast File System.
However, Windows doesn't support UFS file system. A hard drive formatted as UFS partition will not be recognized by Windows.
PowerISO supports UFS file system. Thus you can access files in UFS partition under Windows. With PowerISO, you can browse and extract files in a hard drive formatted as UFS file system.
To access files in UFS drive / partition, please follow the steps,
Connect the drive containing UFS partitions to the
computer. The drive can be connected through USB port, internal SATA / IDE
surface, and etc.
Choose "Files > Open USB drive / hard drive..."
Select the correct drive from the drive list. The detailed
information of the drive shows in the dialog, such as capacity, sector size,
total sectors, and etc..
Click "OK" button in the dialog after you have
selected the correct drive.
PowerISO will open the selected partition in the drive and
list all files in the partition. You can browse and navigate files and
folders in the UFS partition To extract files in the UFS partition, select the files in
the list, and click
Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4 partitions from Windows