For Gnu/Linux users, when we have at least 2 operating systems installed and Windows is running with Gnu/Linux, when we hear the word mount, we remember the command to mount Windows partitions on your Gnu/Linux using the mount command, where we can access the files. It seems that Microsoft has accepted this reality of coexisting in a double boot with Gnu/Linux, making it possible from Windows to access the Gnu/Linux partition.
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