Active@ ISO Burner
If you are looking for Active@ ISO Burner, you have come to the right place. We explain what Active@ ISO Burner is and point you to the official download.
What is Active@ ISO Burner?
Active@ ISO Burner is a software program developed to provide users with a utility for making copies of their ISO disc images. ISO images can be burned in CD, DVD or Blu-Ray format. To burn an ISO file, the user needs to indicate the source path of the file, indicate target burning device, select a burning mode, indicate burning speed, and indicate number of copies to be burned. After all of the required information has been provided, the user can press the Burn button located at the bottom left corner of the program’s window to start burning the file.
To enable Target selection, a blank disc needs to be inserted into the disk drive. The program will try to detect the disc, and when detection is completed, it will display the available disc burning device connected to the computer. If only one disc drive is currently connected or enabled, it will automatically appear on the Target field.
When the burning process has been completed, the user has the option to go back to the main window to make another copy of a different ISO image, or close the program.
Active@ ISO Burner is a type of freeware that is enabled to launch in Windows, from Windows NT up to Windows 8, including Windows Server 2008.
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About file types supported by Active@ ISO Burner
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Last updated: : May 7, 2013