How To Burn ISO Files

What is an ISO file?

So you want to learn how to burn ISO files but you aren´t really sure what an ISO is or where to start?

An ISO file is basically an exact replica of a CD that has been converted into a single file. It contains all the original file-system metadata from the CD or DVD such as boot code, file-structure and attributes. The main reason for the existence this file type is to enable people to be able to convert a CD or DVD into a file format which can be easily shared over the internet. Once the file is received it can then be burned back onto a CD or DVD by the reciprocant. It also has the ability to be loaded onto a virtual CD/DVD drive which will emulate a physical drive on your system. This means a performance boost and easy storage of your CD´s or DVD’s on your hard-drive.

How To Burn ISO Files

The only way I know how to burn ISO files is through the use of software. Different types of software are available which makes it extremely easy to burn ISO files depending on your actual needs. If it’s just a simple ISO file you want to burn onto a CD or DVD then the software I use is CDBurnerXP. This software is completely free and is capable of burning CD´s, DVD´s and creating or burning ISO files. It contains absolutely no adware/spyware or malware and I have been using it myself for simple burning tasks for over a year with no trouble. In my opinion it´s the best free burning software available. Here are the key features:

* burn all kinds of discs

* audio-CDs with or without gaps between tracks

* burn and create ISO files

* data verification after burning process

* create bootable discs

* multi-language interface

* bin/nrg → ISO converter, simple cover printing and much more!

* Operating Systems: Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista

Using CDBurnerXP is a very simple method of how to burn ISO files.

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Comments 1 comment

merso 7 years ago

DVD Creator Std is the best choice to to burn your ISO Files to DVD on Mac.

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