NTFS (New Technology File System) is the standard file system of Windows. Use this tag in questions about using NTFS partitions and tools on your system.

NTFS is a filesystem developed by Microsoft and is used as default filesystem on modern Windows systems.

NTFS partitions can be mounted on in read/write mode using driver, which has been available since 2007.

The ntfs driver can support limited write features, but often it is used to mount NTFS partitions in read-only mode. For this reason most users likely want to use driver instead of the kernel driver on Linux systems. Separate utilities provided by ntfsprogs can be used without any additional driver support to manage and examine NTFS parititions.