ISO Workshop 7.7
  Last update: 3 Oct 2017 | License: Freeware | Size: 4.2MB | Downloads: 6923
 
ISO Workshop is an application which enables you to easily create and burn a variety of disc images.

 

It comes with many features which facilitate disc image management, conversion and burning.

This lightweight application is mainly aimed at the average user, as it has a simple interface consisting of a well-organized layout.

As soon as you launch ISO Workshop, you know what it can do for you.

Install this piece of software on your computer and enjoy the following features: creating standard and bootable ISO images, copying disc to disc image, extracting file and folders from disc images, converting disc images to ISO or BIN format, and verifying written files.

As for the formats it supports, ISO Workshop is very likely to satisfy your needs. It is compatible with popular formats such as ISO, BIN, CUE, NRG, CDI, MDF etc. and it supports CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD+R DL, BD-R/RE.

With a small size and using a low amount of resources from your system, ISO Workshop may seem, at first view, a too basic software tool which doesn’t offer too much delight to users.

You will change your mind when you will notice some benefits which come with this virtual item: drag and drop functionality, no crashing or serious errors, burn speed selection, automatic ejection of disk after burning is complete and others.

To put it in a nutshell, ISO Workshop has the features of a modern software tool, but it doesn’t intend to impress you with useless fancy features.

Its aim is to get the job done fast and efficiently, while offering a fairly wide range of options for both elementary and experienced users.

ISO Workshop is also being constantly improved while preserving its small size and low CPU resource usage.

Changes in ISO Workshop 7.6:

- Added Brazilian Portuguese translation.
- Default boot image was replaced with Dos 6.22 image.
- Updated disc burning engine.
- Updated user interface and translations.




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