ISO Workshop is a free application designed to facilitate disc image management, conversion and burning operations. If you've been on the look for a well-rounded disc image management tool, ISO Workshop is definitely worth checking out.
Version: 7.9ISO Workshop is a free application specifically designed to facilitate disc image management, conversion and burning operations.
Operating System: Windows
The program has a very simple user interface and enables you to make ISO images, extract specific files and folders from disc images, create disc backups by copying disc contents to an ISO or BIN image file, erase and format rewritable CD, DVD, Blu-ray Discs, convert different disc image files into the ISO or BIN format and, of course, burn ISO and CUE images to blank discs.
Version 7.9: Updated translations. Improved ISO file structure reading. Improved buffer handling while copying discs. Improvements to user interface. Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 7.8: Updated translations. Improvement to disc copying tool. Improved compatibility with dark Windows themes. Fixed bug with possible data loss during disc copying. Fixed bug with setting UDF version in UDF+ISO Bridge projects. Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 7.7: Added Italian translation. Added CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc copying tool. Added codepage support in translations. Updated user interface, help file and translations. Improved compatibility with high-DPI monitors. Fixed bug with ejecting disc after burning. Fixed bug with cutting long file names.
Version 7.6: Added Brazilian Portuguese translation. Default boot image replaced with Dos 6.22 image. Updated disc burning engine. Updated user interface and translations.
Version 7.5: Improved high-DPI monitors support. Improved compatibility with latest release of Windows 10. Resolved problem with hanging during installation. Minor fixes and improvements.
Version 7.3: Updated user interface and translations. Improved high-DPI monitors support. Changed location for storing file with settings. Improved burning process. Minor fixes and improvements.