Convert your PC games into virtual CDs, or files that run directly on a hard drive. Play games without the physical disc -- simply click on a desktop icon to launch a virtual CD with access rates up to 200 times faster than a physical CD.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Virtual Drive 11 Convert your PC games into virtual CDs, or files that run directly on a hard drive. Play games without the physical disc -- simply click on a desktop icon to launch a virtual disc with access rates up to 200 times faster than a CD.
DriveClone Pro 3.5 Make an exact copy of your hard drive, including system settings and partition information, and save it as a compressed image. DriveClone Pro includes automatic ongoing system snapshots for easy recovery from software software-related data disasters.
Description: VirtualDrive Pro CD/DVD emulator copies a CD or unprotected DVD as a compressed image, or "virtual CD," which you can play in place of the original disc in any one of up to 23 "virtual drives." You can share a virtual CD over a network and transport it on a laptop computer or a USB device. Your virtual CDs will run directly on the hard drive, saving wear and tear on your CD-ROM drive and extending the battery life of laptop computers. They have access rates nearly 200 times faster than CD-ROM discs, improving the performance of PC games, photo CDs, and disc-based applications. VirtualDrive Pro's simple, intuitive interface makes it easy to create custom virtual CDs containing favorite tracks, expansion packs, documentation, and custom programs, and manage them in a searchable library. The software lets you create up to 23 virtual drives (D: through Z: -- you're limited only by the availability of drive letters) and an unlimited number of virtual discs. Launching a virtual CD couldn't be easier: you insert it an open virtual drive or double click a desktop shortcut to the file. VirtualDrive Pro includes copy of Virtual Hard Drive -- RAM disk software that lets you run applications in memory up to 340 times faster.
Wal-Mart Custom CD Music Service: No Burner Required The custom CD music site is an addition to Wal-Mart's downloadable music site and similar to a service Starbucks began rolling out in October. Separately, RealNetworks introduced a version of its Rhapsody music service that will let nonsubscribers listen