2 out of 5 with 2 ratings

PowerISO Reviews

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  1. Support almost all CD / DVD / BD-ROM image file formats (ISO, BIN, NRG, CDI, DAA and so on).
    What is DAA file? DAA file (Direct-Access-Archive) is an advanced format for image file, which supports some advanced features, such as compression, password protection, and splitting to multiple volumes. >>
    2.Open and extract ISO file. You can extract ISO file with a single click. >>
    3.Burn ISO file to CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray disc. PowerISO is a professional burning software. With this tool, you can create Audio CD, Data CD, Data DVD, Video - DVD or VCD. PowerISO also supports Blu-Ray burning. >>
    Burn Audio CD from MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA, or BIN files. >>
    Rip Audio CD to MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA, or BIN files. >>
    Create ISO file or BIN file from hard disk files or CD / DVD / BD discs.
    Edit ISO image file directly.
    Mount ISO file with internal virtual drive. PowerISO can mount all popular disc image files to built-in virtual drive. >>More Detail
    Convert image files between ISO / BIN and other formats. PowerISO can not only convert BIN to ISO, but also convert almost all image file formats to standard ISO image file.
    Create bootable USB drive. PowerISO allows you to setup Windows through USB drive. >>More Detail
    Make bootable ISO file and create bootable CD, DVD disc.
    Support both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.
    Can be used easily. PowerISO supports shell integration, context menu, drag and drop, clipboard copy paste...

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Is this an ad for the thing? It certainly reads like one. Not going to report it, because (for some reason) you only gave it three stars, which I think is accurate. Still, this reads like the copy from the description on the website. 🤷‍♂️

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For commercial tool, its feature still lacking compared to other free alternative such as Small WinCDEmu iconWinCDEmu


Agreed. 10 years ago it was quite useful, but many other apps have been developed since, and this one seems to have lagged way behind some freeware alternatives. If you're going to charge for it, it should do more than the free alternatives, or at least be more robust. It's neither. Daemon Tools (Freemium, I think) on the other hand has been keeping pace with the alternatives. If someone demanded a paid app for this purpose, that's where I'd point them.