Wednesday, June 10, 2009

How To Burn .ISO Files In Windows 7

Microsoft took long enough to find out the compatibility issues of .ISO file [aka Disc Image] in Windows 7.. In the earlier versions of Windows users had to download external software to be able to burn .ISO images.. Luckily thats not the case anymore.. Windows 7 now detects and supports .ISO files..

Heres what you have to do:
1> Insert a blank disc [cd/dvd] into your drive.. [DUH!!!]
2> Right click on the .ISO file and click on the ‘Burn disc image‘ from the drop down menu..

3> Next, new pop-up window will now appear.. if you have more than one CD/DVD drives.. Make sure you choose the appropriate drive from the list..
4> Hit the ‘Burn‘ button when done..

But i keep wondering "Why couldn't Microsoft have thought of including this feature in the previous versions of Windows" ???
Oh well.. Now is better that never..


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