Those of us who often work with various optical media know how hard it gets sometimes to keep track of all the disk images stored on their hard drives. Gigabytes of data, dozens of images, each with its own parameters, formats, contents and purposes — anyone can get lost in this kaleidoscope of information. To efficiently manage all your images and have full access to their contents, you need a handy tool that will allow you to pull all your strings at the same time and be in full control over your collection of disk images. That’s when ISO commander steps in.
ISO Commander is an award-winning application that will make your daily work with disk images much easier and a lot more comfortable. Create, edit and delete images on your hard drive, make boot images, edit their contents, convert images in other formats (BIN/ISO/DAO/TAO/NRG) into the standard ISO format, grab and create CD/DVD disks in a few mouse clicks — that’s just the beginning of the list of actions that ISO Commander allows you to perform. Work with your image files as if they were regular folders on your hard drive.
Featuring an intuitive customizable interface, this excellent software drag’n’drop operations and long file names. Offering such an impressive arsenal of features, ISO Commander is very affordable. So leave your doubts behind and give your army of images a real commander!
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