Linux Reader: Read Linux files using Windows
Two years ago we introduced you to Ext2 IFS for Windows, which is a driver that lets you read and write to ext2 file systems from within windows. But unless you're a Linux guru, it's probably not a great idea to go mucking around with your Linux file systems willy nilly, lest you find yourself unable to boot into Ubuntu next time you try.
Linux Reader is a Windows-Explorer like program that grants you read only access to your Linux partitions. So if you have a picture, video, OpenOffice.org document, or other file that you just want to access from Windows, Linux Reader could be the safer option.