How to Read and Write NTFS Drive on Mac with UUByte NTFS Geeker

  • Supported OS: Sonoma, Ventura, Monterey, Big Sur, Catalina, Mojave and Serria
  • Processor: Intel or Apple Silicon processor, 1GHz or above
  • RAM: At least 1GB RAM


UUByte NTFS Geeker is a dedicated app to read and write NTFS drive on a Mac. Currently, it fully supports Apple Silicon Mac and the latest macOS Sonoma. Please check out the online tutorial listed in below to write NTFS drive on Mac.


Step 1: Download and Install NTFS Geeker on Mac

The download link is located at the upper right corner of this page. Please click on the red download button to save .pkg file on your Mac. After that, double click the file to install UUByte NTFS Geeker.


UUByte NTFS Geeker Install


Step 2: Enable or Update System Extension

The NTFS drive is based on Benjamin's implementation. You have to enable or update this system extension to proceed. Please open Security Preferences to complete the task.


Enable System Extension on Mac


In Security & Privacy window, double click the lock icon at the bottom to make changes. After that, click the Allow button to enable the system extension..

Allow System Extension


To make it into effect, your Mac has to be restarted.


Restart Mac


Step 3: Open NTFS Geeker App and Allow Full Disk Access

Open NTFS Geeker app from Launchpad and you will be asked to grant the full disk access permission to this app so it can read and write external drives. Click 'Yes' to continue.


NTFS Geeker Full Disk Access


At this time, Mac opens Security & Privacy panel again. Please find Full Disk Access menu fro left sidebar and mark NTFS Geeker app at the right side.


NTFS Geeker Full Disk Access


Step 4: Mount NTFS Drive as Writable

Connect NTFS drive to the Mac and you will see the drive name in UUByte NTFS Geeker app. Right click on it and select 'Mount as writable'. This will grant NTFS read and write access on a Mac.


Mount NTFS Drive NTFS Geeker


Step 5: Read or Write NTFS Drive on Mac

A new window pops up when the NTFS drive is mounted successfully. You will see all files and folders in that drive. From now on, you can copy files from NTFS drive to Mac or move files from Mac to NTFS drive.


Read and Write NTFS Drive on Mac



This is a complete tutorial for using NTFS Geeker on your Mac. There are a couple of settings you have to make at first. After that, you can read or write NTFS drive on Mac freely. If you still have question in this app, please contact our support team for assistance.