ISO files are a common way of shipping software installers and storing data. Mounting an ISO file on Linux is simple, whether you use your desktop or the CLI.
It is incredibly easy to mount ISO files in Windows now. You don’t need third party software anymore. Here’s how to easily mount (and unmount) ISO files in Windows.
The recent version of Ubuntu comes with a built-in tool to mount ISO images. Here is how you can do it easily and quickly.
With the increasing popularity of Netbooks, it is no surprise that virtual CD rom software is also getting more popular. Other than Virtual Clone Drive, Magic Disc is another free software that allows you to mount your image files in Windows. The difference is, MagicDisc allows you to create image file (ISO, BIN, IMG etc) […]
We have covered the easy way to mount iso images in Windows. This time round, we are going to cover the easy way to mount an iso, bin or cue file in Ubuntu without having to hit the terminal every time. With the use of fuesiso and nautilus-actions, we can easily create an option in […]