This forum is testament to that.
Yes, MacFuse and NTFS. But in closing, NEVER whittle your files down to one copy on an external. You don't want to learn this lesson!
I have a new Western Digital 500gb passport external drive that I want to format using my machine running Mac OS 10.3. So I want to put files from that Mac on the drive but also files in the future from Windows when I get a new Windows 7 machine.
What would be the best formatting strategy? Format as 2 FAT32 partitions each of 250gb size? And then when I get the Windows 7 machine use it to format one of the 250gb partitions as NTFS?
Or just format 1 large FAT32 500GB partition?
I know FAT32 has the 4gb file limitation. I don't have any files bigger than that now and don't know if I will in the future. Thanks