Hi there, I just got around to installing the latest version of macOS on my PC. It has been a while since I messed around in the Hackintosh department, and in that time I have upgraded my basic Dropbox account to Dropbox Plus. As a result of this, I now have to store my Dropbox files on larger hard drives rather than on my 128Gb SSD OS drives. Since I am dual-booting my PC with Windows and macOS, I don't really want to have 2 copies of the Dropbox folder on 2 partitions on the same drive; it just doesn't seem logical. So my plan is to simply have the Dropbox clients on both OS's point to the same folder. Obviously there is the issue of what file systems each of the OS's can read. My opinion is that it is better for me to enable NTFS writing in macOS rather than enabling HFS+ read/write in Windows. I have used 3G-NTFS in the past but that hasn't been updated in a long time. So I researched other ways of enabling NTFS writing in macOS. I came across a simple terminal command that enables 'Apple’s Experimental NTFS-Write Support'. I am concerned at the word experimental. Has anyone used this method and had success or failure with it? Am I best stumping up the cash for a paid NTFS option? Help appreciated.