How to Write ISO files to CD or DVD in Windows 7


Windows 7 has made definite improvement to the CD/DVD burning software that is included for free in the Operating System. It's now possible to burn ISO image files directly from the explorer window in Windows 7 using your CD or DVD burner. In past versions of Windows you would need to install a 3rd party CD/DVD burner software that allowed you to Burn ISO disc images. Windows 7 has made writing ISO files to a disc simpler than ever with its built in Windows Disc Image Burner. To burn ISO image files using Windows 7 follow these steps:

  1. Right click on the ISO image file that you want to burn to disk.
  2. Select "Burn disc image".
  3. In the Windows Disc image Burner pop-up box, select your CD/DVD burner that you want to use, then check "Verify disc after burning" and click the Burn button.
  4. Once the ISO image file has been written successfully to your disc, just click Close and remove your disc.


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