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PowerISO CD/DVD image creator: The Right Tool for the Job?

Install - Step 1

PowerISO is a handy and effective tool for creating, burning and reading CD and DVD images. Using this tool, you can create images straight to file as well as create bootable floppy images. Learn how to create and edit CD/DVD images with PowerISO.

You may download a free, trial version of PowerISO from TechRepublic's software library.

The installation process is simple and clean. Most users will be able to install it without problems. Choose a installation location and click 'Install'. The next screen will simply track the installation progress. When it completes, click 'Next'.

5 comments
normhaga
normhaga

I eagerly awaited PowerIso 3.7 so that I could install it on a Vista x64 box. The day it was released, I installed it. Two weeks later I uninstalled it and installed Deamon tools because PowerIso had memory leaks beyond what Vista has and once it obtains memory it does not release it until you unload the program.

Gis Bun
Gis Bun

It was a while before PowerISO had been updated. Meanwhile other apps such as Ultra ISO has been improving...

judel
judel

So could we get a review on ultra iso done and a comparative review perhaps?

ronniebell
ronniebell

There are MANY tools that handle ISOs. I chose Magic ISO simply because they offer a FREE virtual CD utility that you can freely download.

Will C
Will C

Totally agree with that, besides the improvement given to Ultra ISO sure makes it a better app.