A downloaded ISO image can be used without burning it to a blank disc.
Free for any type of use.
This tool allows for simple access to optical disc images simply by clicking on then in Windows Explorer.
Does not take up letter space on your drive while not in use.
Supports an unlimited amount of virtual drives for your use.
Only takes up 2mb of space on your computer.
Supports 32 bit or 64-bit versions of Windows from XP to Windows 10.
Can be used in more than 20 languages.
You do not have reboot your computer after installation.
A portable version is available.
You can mount NRG, CCD, IMG, MDS/MDF, CUE, and ISO images all in one click.
Supports DVD video, BD Video, and data images.
WinCDEmu is licensed under LGPL.
The portable version does not require an installation however it is not integrated into windows requiring you to manually start and manually stop the application in order to mount or unmount images.
*Windows 2000 is not supported directly through them but it can be integrated and used with Windows 2000 if it is properly restructured for Windows 2000.
*Detailed tutorials are widely available online for instructions on the use of this software along with screenshots for the visual learners out there. Ten different tutorials for the different uses of the software are available for your use and can be found in over twenty different languages. Tutorials available include installing WinCDEmu, mounting ISO files, creating ISO images, installing WinCDEmu, converting folders into ISO images, editing settings, using the command line feature, using the portable version, using the software with existing drives and more.