How to mount NTFS local drive on CentOS7

This is a quick one but very useful.  I have a two-drive system (Dell Precision 3620 – nice!) in my office.  It dual-boots CentOS7 and Windows 10.  CentOS7 is on a 500gb m.2 SSD and Win10 is on a 1TB spinny-drive.  Sometimes while in CentOS, I need to access a file I left on the Windows system.  The solution to this one, found here, is very simple.  Just install the ntfs-3g package.  Simple as this:

sudo -y yum install ntfs-3g

 

 

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