FUSE for macOS is an open-source software package that allows users to create and mount file systems on macOS. FUSE stands for "Filesystem in Userspace," and it allows developers to create custom file systems without having to write kernel code.
With FUSE for macOS, users can mount a wide range of file systems, including network file systems, virtual file systems, and encrypted file systems. These file systems can be accessed and used like any other file system on the system, allowing users to interact with files and directories using their favorite applications.
Fuse for Mac: https://mac.eltima.com/what-is-fuse.html
FUSE for macOS is commonly used to support cloud storage services, such as Dropbox and Google Drive, and to provide access to file systems that are not natively supported by macOS. The software is easy to install and can be downloaded from the FUSE for macOS website.