The first thing you will notice about ImgDrive is that its installation and configuration process are very simple.
Next, you will be pleased to see the app is a discreet presence on your computer, as it can be found in the system tray and integrate perfectly into your operating system’s context menu.
Immediately after installation, ImgDrive automatically creates a virtual drive and adding other drives is possible with just one mouse click. Mounting new image files is just as easy as discarding those you do not need anymore.
As for technical specifications, the application is compatible with all Windows systems starting with 2000 and finishing with 10, and the formats supported by ImgDrive include ISO, CUE, NRG, MDS/MDF, CCD, and ISZ. It is also possible to mounts APE, WAV, FLAC, TTA, and WavPack as AUDIO CD and multisession disc image is supported (CCD/MDS/NRG).
A portable version is available for those who prefer to skip the installation process, and both software versions can be used freely.
The latest versions of ImgDrive have been updated with features such as new languages, improved multi-session clone CD, better Kernel driver stability, and improved Cuesheet file parser. Those concerned about the software’s stability and performance will be pleased to find out that two errors have been fixed: Region error after mounting DVD images and READ_TRACK_INFORMATION return incorrect result.
So, if you need a simple no-nonsense drive emulator that doesn’t require you to be a computer expert, ImgDrive is the perfect option for you.
It is dedicated to the average user and anyone can benefit from its features with little computer experience.