Burning .ISO Files In Windows 7

Written by Alan Sunday, 27 March 2011 08:00

While I love the free program ImgBurn, I know that not everyone wants to install third-party software to a simple task like burning a CD or DVD.  Prior versions of Windows forced users to scramble for the third party software to burn .iso files, but in Windows 7 that ability is built right into the OS.  There are only a few simple steps that users have to follow.

To get started just insert a blank CD or DVD into your computer’s optical drive.  Now, navigate to the location of the .iso file you would like to burn.  Once you have located the file right-click it and choose Open with => Windows Disc Image Burner.  Windows will now automatically burn your .iso file to the blank disc you inserted.

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 Burning .ISO Files In Windows 7

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