Many options for working with ISO files are included with Microsoft Windows 10. Here’s how to mount, burn, or create an ISO image in Windows 10.
Mounting ISO File
- If you have an existing ISO file and wish to mount it as a disc drive, simply right-click the file and select “Open with” > “Windows Explorer“.
- The contents of the ISO will then show as a DVD or CD drive in Windows Explorer just like it’s on a disc in a drive.
You can unmount the ISO file when you’re done with it by right-clicking the drive in Windows Explorer and selecting “Eject“.
Burning ISO File
Creating ISO File
Creating an ISO file is one thing Windows 10 cannot do without a third party solution. You can follow these steps.
- Download and install Magic ISO.
- After installing the software, you will now have an option to highlight files, right click, and select “Add to image file…“.
- Once the software opens, you can choose “File” > “Save“, then save it as a Standard ISO Image file.
If you are not a fan of Magic ISO, Infrarecorder is free and does a fine job as well.