Daemon Tools is an optical disc authoring tool application for Windows, which also doubles as a virtual drive, which means it acts as a software-based emulator for an optical disc drive into which disc images can be inserted. Daemon Tools was originally the rebranded name of the Generic SafeDisc Emulator, which features all of its capabilities. Daemon Tools has four editions available, one of which is the Daemon Tools Lite (free software but without technical support); the other editions are shareware –meaning they can be tried freely but needs to be purchased to unlock it beyond the trial period – Pro Standard, Pro Advanced, and Net. The Net edition offers the most features of the Daemon Tools editions.
Daemon Tools Lite is often called a Freemium software. In this model, the software is completely free, only lacking technical support. It shares the basic features of the other editions, though not the more advanced ones, like disc image conversion or disc image editing which are present in the paid editions. However, like the other versions, Daemon Tools Lite offers the ability to defeat copy protection systems present in discs, like SafeDisc and SecuROM, which are used to counteract piracy among game or software media.
Our users primarily use DAEMON Tools Lite to open these file types:
Some users also use DAEMON Tools Lite to open these file types:
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