Creating, burning and extracting ISO files with ISO Workshop

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If you tend to have a lot to do with ISO and burn them to DVD, chances are you have already found the perfect program. For those who are still hunting, however, we recommend what is called ISO Workshop for Windows PC, the… But before we intervene, we must warn you that although this software is free, it is financed by public funds.

ISO workshop report

Let’s talk about the ISO workshop to see if it’s good for you.

The file size is 2.7 MB, which means it should not take long to install on your system. We like the fact that it doesn’t encourage us to download third-party software, so that’s a big advantage. We haven’t found a single ad either, but it could have a lot to do with our location.

Once the program is installed and started, the user should see a simple user interface with five options, as shown in the image above :

  • Make ISO
  • Burn image
  • Extract files
  • Save diskette and
  • Convert image.

Above we have files and help, and that’s all you can see here.

When you click Files, the same five options are also displayed, but in a drop-down menu. By clicking on one of the five options, you switch from the main menu to the workshop area.

Create, burn and extract ISO files

February 2021 Update:

We now recommend using this tool for your error. Additionally, this tool fixes common computer errors, protects you against file loss, malware, hardware failures and optimizes your PC for maximum performance. You can fix your PC problems quickly and prevent others from happening with this software:

  • Step 1 : Download PC Repair & Optimizer Tool (Windows 10, 8, 7, XP, Vista – Microsoft Gold Certified).
  • Step 2 : Click “Start Scan” to find Windows registry issues that could be causing PC problems.
  • Step 3 : Click “Repair All” to fix all issues.


For example, if you want to create an ISO, simply click the Create ISO button (16). To create an ISO image, click the Add button or simply drag the files into the box.

Then click File > Create ISO, select a location and save it. That is what we have done, and I am sure it is working well.

If you want to extract files from an ISO image, click File > Go to main menu. The program must call the original menu, i.e. extract option files from there. You should now see a layout similar to the one before, but with different buttons at the top. Simply click Open and find the location of your ISO image. Select it, click OK and complete with Extract.

As far as the settings are concerned, we have not found such a possibility. But seriously, it’s not necessary here because the ISO workshop works so well.

Download the ISO workshop from the official website on the right here.

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