How to Convert Bin Disk Images to ISO Images with WinBin2Iso

Creating disk images are a convenient way of backing up your optical disks (CD, DVD or BRD) in form of files stored on your hard disk. These disk images store every single byte exactly as it was on the original disk and you can use the special image burning software to burn them onto blank optical media to create exact replica of the original disk. As with everything else in computers, there are many different formats of disk images – BIN, CUE, ISO and more. Windows 7 and 8 support the ISO images natively, i.e., you can double-click on the ISO images to burn them on a blank optical media. But what if you downloaded a disk image in the BIN format? There is nothing to worry about – you can easily convert BIN disk images to the ISO format using the free WinBin2Iso software.

The WinBin2Iso software is available for all the versions of Windows in both the setup installer format as well as the portable format. There are also separate 32-bit and 64-bit formats of the program available to be downloaded. If you do not know whether you have 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows, then you can read how to check if Windows is 64-bit or 32-bit?

The WinBin2Iso program has a very simple interface. You have to select the source BIN file in the text field named “Source” and then choose a target ISO file in the text field labeled “Target”. Before you begin, you should make sure that there is enough hard disk space in the partition where the target ISO file is going to be created. You can click on the Convert button to start the conversion. After the conversion is complete, you can see check the ISO image file in the folder you picked earlier.


Conclusion: It is very easy to convert a BIN disk image file to ISO image file using the free WinBin2Iso software. This software utility is portable, small, fast and convenient for use on Windows computers.

You can download the WinBin2Iso utility from

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