ISO files are stored and archived by .ISO format as a digital copy of the original optical disc - composed of data contents including its file system. ISO images can be created from optical discs and vice-versa.
Here's how to use the buillt-in command for disc image burner.
Isoburn.exe [/q] [<driveletter>:] <disc image file name>
/q: Starts burning in the Burn Disk Image window
Nowadays, it is very popular, usually, installation softwares distributed on bootable discs is often available for download in ISO image format. ISO image files often have a file extension of .iso.
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