Free ISO Grabber
How to Play ISO PC Games
ISO images can be downloaded from the internet and are usually
complete "mirror" images of software packages, including
games. But how do you use ISO images on your PC?
Burning ISO Image Files onto CD
Many downloadable, free games come in .iso format, but to use
them, these files need to either be transferred to optical media
or used to mount a "virtual drive" which emulates the
optical disc operation. Most optical disc authoring software, such
as Free ISO Burn Wizard can write ISO files to disc. As you can
see, burning an ISO image isn't that complex.
Using Virtual Drive Software
However, you may find it easier to run an ISO image via virtual
drive software, which can perform much faster than standard optical
media. To set up a virtual drive, you will need to source a disk
image emulator, which then creates a virtual drive on your PC, which
looks to the operating system to be an ordinary disc drive.
Using a virtual drive to run ISO files has many uses and benefits
for the user. For instance, it helps to save on wear of the physical
CD/DVD drive's mechanisms; it helps prevent CD media from being
scratched; can enable users to create back-up copies of discs in
the case of loss or damage to the original; can be used across a
network where several CD copies would ordinarily be required for
other users and can make the PC run quieter, as most optical drives
tend to be noisy when being accessed.
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Free ISO Grabber Wizard is a light, fast and easy to use
ISO making program to create ISO image from CD/DVD disc. It
enables users to create ISO image from both data CD/DVD and
media DVD disc. It grabs an exact image of a CD/DVD and it supports
CD/DVD discs of almost all formats. The program operates in
wizard mode, so you don't have to be an expert to use it.
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