Power ISO 6.2 software review

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      Power ISO 6.2 Software Review


      Power ISO 6.2 is the ideal choice, when it comes to utilizing ISO images.

      With DVD Drives becoming less in Laptops and Desktop computers, you need a simple tool to create your own virtual disk drives.  

      Power ISO 6.2, has the ability to mount virtual ISO images.  You can use all the world known standard image file formats such as (ISO, BIN, NRG, CD, and DAA).


      One of my favorite features of Power ISO, is the ability to easily create a virtual drive. This has the ability to emulate your DVD as if it was an actual physical drive.  There are other free tools, out there which allows you to create virtual drive, such as Daemon tools, however  I found that it lacked some features such as the ability to Create a bootable USB Flash Drives. 

      Another cool feature of Power ISO, is the ability to easily create bootable USB flash Drives.  If you ever had problems using the Windows USB/DVD tool to create a windows 7 bootable USB Flash Drive, PowerISO 6.2 allows you to fix these types of problems. 



      Key Features

      • Open and Extract ISO Files.
      • Easily use PowerISO as a DVD Burner if needed. You can Burn ISO files to CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray disc.
      • Create ISO file or BIN file from hard disk files or CD / DVD / BD discs. 
      • Mount ISO file with internal virtual drive.
      • PowerISO allows you to convert image files between ISO / BIN and other formats.
      • Create bootable USB drive. PowerISO allows you to setup Windows through USB drive.

      • Make bootable ISO file and create bootable CD, DVD disc.


      Pros and cons of Power ISO 6.2



      • Simple, easy to use interface.



      • Interface has an “Old School” feel


      Final Thoughts

      Power ISO is the ideal choice for newbies and professionals, who need the ability to easily extract ISOs.

      Whether you need to mount ISO as virtual drive or create a bootable USB, Power ISO is a must have!    

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      Anthony Rousek


      Technology Enthusiast, blogger and Microsoft Certified Professional

      Anthony Rousek
      Technology Enthusiast, blogger and Microsoft Certified Professional
      • Brian E

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