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ISO2Disc: Handy Tool to Burn ISO Image File to CD/DVD/USB

Some of you might have often needed to burn an ISO image file to physical media such as a CD/ DVD or USB flash drive to test out and install software. If you are looking a very simple application for that, you may just try ISO2Disc. This tiny (below 1MB) app is handy whenever you want to burn discs directly from ISO and IMG files.

It is quite easy to use and doesn’t require any complicated burning settings. Just insert a CD/DVD or connect a USB drive, choose an ISO file and click Start Burn button. That’s all.

ISO2Disc supports CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, CD-RW, DVD-RW, DL DVD+RW, HD DVD, Blu-ray Disc and USB flash drive and very suitable for creating a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive from any bootable CD image.

Note: Of course, Windows 7 users do not require any third-party tool to burn normal ISO file. Just double click any .ISO image file or right click and select burn image option.

ISO2Disc can be downloaded at here.


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