ISO Workshop Free is a great utility that has been specifically designed to oversee all manner of disc image management, including conversion and image burning.
With ISO Workshop Free you can make ISO files from your local files and folders. Standard ISO images can be made with a selection of file systems or bootable ISO image formats. This is invaluable for making exact copies of your data, whether that be CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray disc.
This superb utility enables you to easily burn any disc image you need to CD, DVD or Blu-Ray disc. Not only that, but you can also erase rewritable CD, DVD or Blu-ray media as well.
Key Features include:
Create standard or bootable ISO, with various file systems.
Burn ISO image or any other disc image to CD, DVD or BD.
Browse and extract files from various disc image formats.
Copy any CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc to ISO or BIN image.
Convert various disc images to ISO or BIN.
Low CPU resource usage during any process, including burning.
Supports CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD+R DL, BD-R/RE ISO.
Supports all types of CD/DVD/Blu-ray Recorders.
ISO Workshop Free has a very simple user interface that enables you to create ISO images, extract files from disc images, create disc backups, and convert and burn disc images to a variety of media.
The app has a good looking user interface with an informative menu, along with an array of features and settings to work your way through. Navigating ISO Workshop Free is a simple affair, with all the features available through one-click commands.
Overall, ISO Workshop Free is a straightforward and effective utility that is able to perform all manner of operations. So, if you need to make copies of your favourite image collections, or make a bootable ISO disc for a computer project you’ve been working on. Whatever the reason, if you need a standard, yet robust disc image manager, then ISO Workshop Free might be just what you need?
Title: ISO Workshop Free 7.6
File size: 4.00MB (4,192,148 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
Date added: September 4, 2017
MD5 Checksum: 0D26466311206D29994C32EF656528E6
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Added Brazilian Portuguese translation.
Default boot image was replaced with Dos 6.22 image.
Updated disc burning engine.
Updated user interface and translations.