A couple of days ago we discussed some problems that could arise with sizing files with HFS compression. This problem basically arises from there being a lack of consistency in the various utilities that are available in OS X, where some show compression status and size, and others show the uncompressed size.
Paragon releases the latest version of the software driver, which enables Windows to have full access to the Mac partition.
Despite the advancements in virtualization technologies, Boot Camp is still the best option for compatibility and overall speed when you want to run Windows programs on your Apple hardware. This will arguably always be the case, but while speed is a perk, native support for NTFS in OS X and HFS in Windows prevents quick file transfer both to and from the partitions.
Other formats may degrade performance.
Adobe Creative Suite 3: Cannot be installed on case-sensitive HFS volumes
"Case-sensitive HFS" and the risks of using it
Recent TIL articles: Choosing between UFS and HFS Plus; Mac OS X Server install on UFS and HFS Plus
Apache and Case Insensitivity security issue: The problem is UNIX and HFS don't always mix well
Ask Al on hard links and on HFS/UFS formats
Serious problem with ShrinkWrap and HFS Plus formatted drives?