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If all you're doing is transferring data files back and forth, I tend to use NTFS for that drive. I use Paragon's NTFS for Mac which also comes with a driver to allow Windows to read HFS drives, although, I haven't had the need to use it as all of my machines are networked.

If you're using the drive as a backup to your Mac, you should be using HFS.

I've been using the Paragon software for about 3 years and have not noticed any data corruption (knock on wood).

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In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.
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