If you own a Mac, you would know that it doesn't support NTFS partition natively. While you can mount and read a NTFS partition, you can't write to it. How to read and write NTFS partition on Mac computer?
NTFS Mounter: A simple utility designed to mount NTFS volumes in read/write mode. Although not officially supported, Snow Leopard is now able to mount NTFS volumes with both read and write support. NTFS Mounter simply uses this ability, and provides a simple user interface to the mount command for NTFS volumes.
Since releasing V0.4 on September 29, 2009, NTFS Mounter is not updated, so NTFS Mounter doesn't work with the latest Mac OSX Operating Systems from Mac OSX 10.7 to Mac OSX 10.11.
As new Mac NTFS mounter, M3 NTFS for Mac is a simple utility for Mac OS X to mount NTFS volumes in read-write mode. M3 NTFS for Mac provides easy-to-use and intuitive UI to make NTFS read-write operations very simple under Mac OSX 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6.
How to mount NTFS drive on Mac OSX with Mac NTFS moutner: M3 NTFS for Mac?
Step 1: Download, install and launch Mac NTFS mounter: M3 NTFS for Mac.
Step 2: Insert NTFS drive (Including external hard drive, USB flash drive) into Mac computer.
Step 3: M3 NTFS for Mac would automatically mount NTFS in read-write mode.
Step 4: After mounting NTFS drive, you can read and write NTFS drive like HFS+ drive on Mac OSX.