If you have ever download a Linux based operating system like Ubuntu or Mint, then you know about the ISO image files. ISO image files are the true archive disk image of an optical media like CD, DVD or BlueRay disk. They contain all the data of an optical disk inside a single file which can then be used to create an identical physical copy using a blank CD or DVD. If you are using Windows, then you do not have many inbuilt options of handling the ISO files. Windows 7 allows only to burn an ISO disk image to a blank CD, DVD or BRD. But now you can create, convert, extract and mount any ISO disk image using the free ISO Toolkit.
ISO Toolkit is a free ISO manipulation tool which allows you to create ISO images, copy ISO images from optical media, convert ISO format into other popular disk image formats (NRG, CUE etc.). You can also extract the contents of ISO, NRG, BIN and CUE images into a folder. The ISO Toolkit also has the ability to mount ISO, NRG, BIN and CUE disk image files in Windows just like Virtual CloneDrive or Daemon Tools. Here are some of the highlights of this program :
- Alternative to many shareware ISO manipulation tools like Daemon Tools Pro
- Single portable program, no need to install anything
- Can create bootable ISO images
- Can convert between popular image formats
- Can extract ISO or NRG or CD images
- Can mount ISO or NRG or CD images (New)
- Directly create clone ISO image from a CD/DVD
You can download ISO Toolkit from its website at AskVG. It is completely portable and you do not have to install anything on your Windows system. Just download the ZIP archive, extract its contents to a folder and run ISOTool.exe and you are ready to create, extract, copy, convert or mount any supported disk images as you like. Conversion is possible among ISO, NRG and CUE disk image formats. It allows you to mount two disk images at a time (Unfortunately the mount feature did not work when I tested this program on two of my test computers using Windows 7).
ISO Toolkit is an ideal tool for those who handle ISO files on a daily basis. So if you want all the tools you want to tinker with ISO files, then look no further than ISO Tool. You can download ISO Toolkit from http://mcaf.ee/xuegi.