ISO image review

What do you do with an ISO file once you’ve downloaded it? An ISO file is an image of a CD or DVD so to use it, you first need to burn it to a CD or DVD.

ISO images are readable by most archivers, for example RAR can read them and extract files from them. That means that RAR can be used for extraction of the all ISO image for installation (no need to burn a CD). You can create an ISO file from a content of a disk folder using for example ISO Recorder v 2 or many shareware tools, for example ISO Commander as well as commercial programs like Nero ( 5.5 and later ).

Burning the ISO image file to a CD or DVD is a bit different than just burning the file. You’ll need to choose the “burn image” or “write image” option in your burning software and then choose the file.

You can even install software directly from ISO images without burning then using a virtual CD-ROM drive that can mount ISO images.

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