How to read linux partitions ext3/ext4 and swap from Windows

Please do not kill me but If you have a dual boot Linux\Windows can sometimes be useful access to Linux partitions from Windows

To read the ext3 and ext4 partitions you can use the software Ext2Fsd, which installs the drivers to access partitions, a service that specifies how to access it and the software to be able to set things up.

To read the swap partition you can use the driver SwapFs; it may be helpful to read the swap linux from windows to allocate the windows paging file pagefile.sys on it.