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ISO Recorder

Welcome to the ISO Recorder download page. ISO Recorder is a tool (power toy) for Windows XP, 2003 and Windows Vista and later, that allows (depending on the Windows version) to burn CD and DVD images (DVD support is only available on Windows Vista), copy disks, make images of the existing data CDs and DVDs and creating ISO images from a content of a disk folder.

ISO Recorder has been conceived during Windows XP beta program, when Microsoft for the first time started distributing new OS builds as ISO images. Even though the new OS had CD-burning support (by Roxio), it did not have an ability to record an image. ISO Recorder has filled this need and has been one of the popular Windows downloads ever since.

With an advent of Windows XP SP2 and Windows 2003 the version 2 of ISO Recorder has been released, which introduced some new features including ISO image creation and support for non-admin user.

Finally, in Windows Vista it became possible to address another long-standing request and provide DVD burning capability.

Since the very first release ISO Recorder has been a free tool (for personal use). It is recommended by MSDN download site along with Easy CD and Nero and is used by a number of companies around the world.


ISO Recorder V1 - for Windows XP Gold (no service pack) and Windows XP SP1

ISORecorder V2 - for Windows XP SP2/SP3 and Windows 2003 (including 64-bit OS)

ISO Recorder V3 - for Windows Vista

New! ISO Recorder V3.1 - for Windows Vista/Windows 7

New! ISO Writer V0.5 - for Windows Vista/Windows 7 - a command-line version of ISO Recorder for use in batch files

CreateCD - command-line CD burning tool for Windows XP (all versions), Windows 2003 and Windows Vista


Which version of Windows am I running?

Hit -Break (Windows key and Pause/Break) or click Start, then right-clik on My Computer and select Properties.


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I accept PayPal donations for ISO Recorder. It allows me to upgrade the development hardware once in a while and not to worry about wasting blank discs IM


Last updated: 10/19/2006 12:42 AM PST