Operating system users that deal mainly with DOS should be aware there are two methods of accessing NTFS drives from DOS. There is the captive technique and we also have the native method. The captive method is the most popular and most-used due to its ease of implementation while the native technique, though not as popular as the former is comfortably more efficient. This software utility is based on the native method, meaning it combines the best of performance and efficiency. In addition, you may also include a Check Disk GUI tool as well as a Defragment NTFS utility onto the diskette.
This application comes with an interface looking like that of a wizard and it guides you towards successfully creating a boot diskette which you can later use to access NTFS drives through DOS.
To set the process into motion is quite simple. You will first have to insert the floppy disk that you want to use upon which the disk gets formatted so that any data stored on it needs to be previously backed up. After this, a RAM drive is created whose size will be whatever you specify. Apparently, this application works best with advanced users with a substantial amount of tech knowledge.
Avira NTFS4DOS Personal is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in hard disk utilities category and is available to all software users as a free download.