Welcome to my Review of WinISO Standard 6. I little while ago I wrote a post about ISO files and how smart they are when you work with many big files, Operating Systems or you maybe need to switch between many different CD/DVD’s all the time. In this post I will like to introduce you to a great tool for working with ISO files called WinISO. With WinISO you can pretty much do anything with the ISO format that you will need.
With WinISO you can:
- Create ISO files from CD/DVD/BD
- Burn ISO Images directly from WinISO
- Convert ISO/BIN
- Make Bootable ISO
- Edit and Extract ISO
- Mount ISO Image files.
You can Download a trial version of WinISO, but it will be limited to save more than 500 MB to an ISO image. If you like it you can buy a Personal License for only $29.95.
Download Size: 6.5 MB
Installation of WinISO
When you have downloaded the program you are ready to install it. Installation of WinISO is very simple. A couple of clicks with the mouse and you are ready to go. If you don’t buy the product you can still use it in a limited version allowing you to create files up to 500 MB.
Getting started with WinISO
WinISO are very easy to use. It has a nice simple user interface and there is now need of reading large manuals to learn to use this software. It is very intuitive and is very similar to many other applications you might have used for CD/DVD burning. WinISO supports Drag & Drop making it very easy to add files to a new or existing ISO files and save, burn, mount or whatever you want to achieve with this software. If you need help with anything check out the great WinISO Tutorials.
- Windows XP/ Windows Server 2003/Windows Vista/Windows 7 or above
- CPU 1.0 GHz above
- At least 100 MB hard disk space
- 512 MB Memory
- CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc Driver (Optional)
You can find much more information about WinISO on the Official WinISO homepage or check out tips and tricks on their Facebook page.
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