Xbox 360 ISO Extract is a tool classified as a disk image utility created by Somki. It is made specifically for windows with an English interface. As a small portable tool sized as 96915 bytes, it occupies very little space compared to its counterpart products identified as disk image utilities.
Xbox 360 ISO Extract is a freeware tool without restrictions that is available to all software users, distributed as RAR Archive, and highly used in the United States, Colombia, and Mexico.
It can successfully scan a directory and pick every ISO image found for extraction to console.
Due to the fact that every ISO is stored in a different directory, Xbox 360 ISO Extract scans each directory for the image files and extracts them to the target location or directory folder selected. For the situation where the target directory is already occupied, a skip function takes place. Thus, at the end of the process using the 'remove ISO afterward' functionality, the ISO is deleted. At the same time, a skip of system updates is done because it is not necessary. In situations where modifications have been since the last or initial scan, a re-scan can be made on the specific directory folder.
Furthermore, the support for XGD3 as an attempt of Microsoft to dissuade illegal piracy is a big bonus while the functional addition of the FTP file transfer support, thou not fully operational, aids the upload operation between the computer and the console.
Lastly, a queue order of extraction is manageable by drag and drop and a file path can be changed using the F2 keyboard function.