ISO Recorder is a Windows supported tool, used to burn and create an ISO image to and from a CD/DVD respectively. It is an open source software written and developed by Alex Feinman, and is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista and Windows 7. It is a very light application, having an easy user interface, making it extremely very user-friendly.
ISO Recorder is a very Light program, which manages to integrate seamlessly in Windows explorer. Apart from this, the software also facilitates disc-to-disc, direct copying, using only a single optical drive. Thus, eliminating the process to first copy one disc on the hard drive, and then burning it on another disc. Since we have a variety of devices which play host to discs, ISO Recorder offers the user several choices in terms of ‘disc-type’ selection, thus, irrespective of whether you want to run the disc in your gaming console or your regular player, or your computer, ISO recorder will prove to be beneficial anyways.
Not only the type, but the user can also choose the burning speed of the disc, depending upon the time at hand! All these powerful features are ready to unleash their potential, so don’t wait, install and launch ISO Recorder, today!
The alternatives to ISO Recorder are many such as, ImgBurn, CDBurnerXP, InfraRecorder and etcs. There are certain advantages and disadvantages of using ISO Recorder. Its operational field is limited to .ISO files, i.e. it can only create and restore the ISO files. In contrast to this, many competitors, as stated above, can even modify the content of the CD/DVD, which ISO Recorder program cannot.
ISO Recorder takes .ISO file as the only input, in comparison to several types of inputs (BIN, MDF, IMG, etc) by its competitors. However, ISO Recorder’s size remains less than 400 KB, whereas, its alternatives are of hundreds of MBs and some of them even in a few GBs. ISO Recorder is faster, and has a relatively user-friendly interface.
ISO Recorder provides with a user-friendly way to burn images to CD/DVD, from Windows explorer only. Right-click on an ISO files and select ‘Copy image to CD/DVD’ and it will be burn to the disc. It is that simple. The program uses a source CD/DVD image file, or another disc that is inserted into the computer. There is no noticeable performance lag on part of the computer. The powerful features that it performs, being a small program, take creditability. ISO Recorder is a perfect program, which serves its cause. Lastly, ISO Recorder is a free tool for personal use, and is one of the popular Windows download.
About Alex Feinman
ISO Recorder was developed by Alex Feinman. He is a UX specialist investigating analysis. His doctoral work was regarding discourse analysis techniques to understand design requirements for groupware.
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