MagicISO is a powerful and easy CD image file edit tool. It can create /edit /extract ISO files,make image files from CD-ROM or hard disk, and handle bootable information at meanwhile.It also can convert BIN or any other format file created by CD burning software (Such as Nero-Burning ROM, Easy CD Create) or virtual CD-ROM driver software (such as Daemon-tools) to standard ISO format.
It can process almost all CD-ROM image files including ISO and BIN. With MagicISO, you can add / delete / rename / extract file(s) within image files.You can convert image files to the standard ISO format and you have the ability to create ISO image file(s) from a CD-ROM.
MagicISO embed Windows Explorer and use the double window unification user contact interface.Use the quick button and the mouse Drag & Drops files between Windows Explorer and MagicISO so that you can handle the CD image file easy but powerful enough.
A disk image is a file which is an exact and complete image of a floppy disk. The image contains information on the disk format and structure, such as FAT, boot sector, directories, and all files.
By using WinImage, you can create an exact copy of an original disk, including non-standard capacity and format disks.
As an example, you can read a floppy disk and copy it as one image file to your hard disk. Later, without using the original floppy disk, you can extract any file from the image - just as if you had copied the file from the original floppy disk itself.
You can create exact copies of the original disk onto new floppy disks.
You can also create disk images with WinImage. For example, if you want to put five files, taking 1.3 Mb, on a 3"1/2 HD that has a normal capacity of 1.2Mb, you can create an empty 1.44 Mb image on the floppy, inject the five files into it from the hard disk, and in one operation you have formatted the floppy and written the image on it.
Unlike the DOS DiskCopy command, WinImage can format and use very large-capacity and non-standard disk formats. As an example, a 3"1/2 HD floppy can be formatted out to 1.72 Mb and a 5"1/4 HD can be formatted out to 1.44 Mb.
Once loaded, you can extract files from an image to any floppy, hard disk or network disk.
You can add files to an image.
The image can be copied onto a floppy (which must have the same format), or saved in a file.
An image file contains all the sectors of a floppy disk. If it's not full, you can truncate unused image parts, making the image file smaller.
WinImage can read images created by other disk copy utilities.
Wimage (in FdFormat utility) from C.H. Hochstatter
CopyVit from Sebastien Chatard
OS/2 2.x and 3.x
DCF (Disk Copy Fast) from Chang Ping Lee
DF (Disk Image File Utility) from Mark Vitt
Super-DiskCopy from Super Software
SabDu from S.A. Berman
Disk-RW from K. Hartnegg
DiskDupe from Micro System Design
and the internal Microsoft and Lotus image features and utilities along with the MFMT sample Windows NT application that comes with the Windows NT SDK.
WinISO is a CD-ROM image file utility that can convert BIN to ISO, extract/edit/create ISO files directly, make bootable CDs and as a BIN/ISO converter/extractor/editor.
It can process almost all CD-ROM image file(s) including ISO and BIN. With WinISO, you can add/delete/rename/extract file(s) within image files. You can convert image files to the standard ISO format and you have the ability to create ISO image file(s) from a CD-ROM.
The operating system requirements are Windows 95, Windows 98/98SE, Windows Me, Windows NT4, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
Process almost all CD-ROM image file(s) including ISO and BIN .
Ability to add/delete/rename/extract file(s) within image files .
Convert image files to the standard ISO format .
Ability to create ISO image file(s) from a CD-ROM .
WinISO is the first software to edit BIN/ISO and almost all image file(s) directly!
You can convert almost all image file formats, including BIN, and save it as a standard ISO format file.
Supports almost all known CD-ROM image files, including some virtual CD-ROM container files.
Select some files or directories, and then create the ISO based on these files.
Ability to open an image file, display the file tree, then run files from within the image file. This can be handy to view files or run programs.
Because of its file associations, you can simply double click an ISO file in Windows Explorer to open it.
Very easy to use interface but powerful enough for an expert.