Hello Ubuntuforums! I have yet another question for you. I recently installed Windows (Turns out i need it for a few things not yet supported my Ubuntu) and i would like to be able to view all my data from both OSes. Now, i would like to mount /home in a third partition, in case one OS or the other fails, making it easy to recover. I would also like to be able to view this /home directory/partition/whatever its called from Windows, that being the way my data is universal. Now, i hear there is an issue on WIndows reading the sort of partition that ubuntu needs in order to mount /home. Any way that I could make it work? I really don't want to have to stick anything i want to see on Windows into another file that is located on the third partition... Rather Have ALL my files located there, and whenever anything is saved, it is saved to /home/the third partition.