Burn ISO images to CD, DVD or USB drives, as well as create Windows installation or installed drives using this intuitive app with support for MBR and GPT.
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Top Password Software Inc
With the help of ISO2Disc you can seamlessly burn ISO images to CDs, DVDs, or even USB flash drives. It offers support for two partition styles: MBR (for legacy BIOS / CSM boot) and GPT (for UEFI boot), which means that it can also be used for creating bootable flash drives from Windows Setup ISO, Linux, Ubuntu, Windows PE, BartPE or other customized boot images.
Hassle-free installation and user-friendly interface
This is a straightforward and intuitive application that requires minimal user configuration. It doesn’t contain complicated settings, making it accessible to casual and experienced users alike.
Setting up this utility is a fast and easy job that shouldn’t give you any trouble. It’s wrapped in a user-friendly GUI that doesn’t put emphasis on looks but it’s simple to navigate.
Burn ISO images to CDs, DVDs or USB flash drives
After indicating an ISO image, you can select the target between a CD/DVD and USB flash drive. If you choose the second option, then you can pick the partition style in order to create a bootable flash drive with either a GPT or MBR partition table, as well as select the boot disk type between creating a Windows installation USB or Windows to Go, by directly installing the operating system on the USB. Lastly, the software tool implements an option for managing drives in WinPE.
Evaluation and conclusion
The burning procedure didn’t take a long time to finish in our tests, during which the app remained light on system resources consumption. It had minimal impact on computer performance and didn’t hang, crash or prompt error messages.
Although it doesn’t come equipped with more comprehensive options and customization preferences, ISO2Disc offers a clear-cut solution for burning ISO images to CDs, DVDs or USB flash drives, as well as for creating bootable Windows installation or installed drives.