Q: What kinds of operating system do PowerISO support?
A: PowerISO can run on Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista or above.
NOTE: PowerISO virtual drive requires Windows2000/XP/Vista or above.
Q: How to open ISO file and extract files from it?
A: Because of its file associations, you can open an ISO file by simply double click on it. After open the ISO file, click "Extract" button to extract files from it. You can also use shell context menu to extract ISO file.
Q: What is the maximum image file size that PowerISO can process?
Q: Can PowerISO make bootable CD?
A: Yes. PowerISO can add boot information to an non-bootable image file or read boot information from a bootable image.
Q: Can PowerISO copy CD/DVD-ROM to image file?
A: Yes. All information, including boot information, will be copied.
Q: What's the difference between the unregistered version and the registered version?
A: The unregistered version will display a dialog prompts you to register, and you can not create or edit image files greater than 300MB with the unregistered version. Except these, all other functions or features are the same.
Q: Can PowerISO convert image files between ISO and BIN?
Q: Can PowerISO compress ISO or BIN image files?
A: Yes. PowerISO can compress ISO / BIN and other formats image file, and use the compressed file directly without decompressing.
Q: Can I open the files in the image file without extracting?
A: Yes. You can use the PowerISO virtual Drive manager to mount the image file, and then you can open the file without extracting.
Q: Can I add password to my image file?
A: Yes. If you save the image file to a DAA format, you can protect your file with a password.
Q: Can I Split the image file to multiple volumes?
A: Yes. If you save the image file to a DAA format, you can split the image file to multiple volumes. PowerISO will automatically read the sub-volumes while extracting or mounting.
Q: Do I need to decompress the DAA file before using a DAA image file?
A: No. You can extract, edit and mount a DAA image file without decompressing.