Only with Windows 10 we can record a file with ISO extension easily, as we explained.
An ISO file, also called an ISO image, is a single file that perfectly represents the contents of a complete CD, DVD or Blu-ray disc.
Let’s take a step-by-step look at how to save a file with an ISO extension.
An ISO image can be considered as a container in which pieces of a puzzle can be found. To be able to see the image in its totality it will be necessary to join all the pieces using.
And that’s what happens with ISO files, which can also be recorded and although many people use external programs for it, the truth is that a Windows computer allows you to record a file with ISO extension with little difficulty, let’s see how to do it.
Steps for saving a file with ISO extension
- First of all, have the image or file with ISO extension located on your computer.
- Then you have to insert a recordable CD or DVD into the PC recorder. You get a warning about what you want to do with that record. You have to hit “Cancel.”
- The next step is to right-click on the file with ISO extension. A menu will open and we select the option “Burn disc image”.
- A new recorder menu opens and then we have to select the “Record” option.
- You will be prompted if you want to check the recorded image when it has finished recording. If you say yes, the process will be longer, but it’s a good idea to make sure everything goes right.
- Now we don’t have to do anything else. All you have to do is wait for the recording to finish, which will be more or less long depending on whether you are using a CD or DVD and also depending on how large the ISO image is and how fast the recording goes. In fact, try to have applications and programs that you are using outside of the recording closed, so that they do not slow down the process or even interrupt it.
- Only if you have Windows, you will be able to directly record your image or file with ISO extension, although in the event that you don’t get what you expected, it might be good if you have some recording program installed, as is the case with Nero Burning.
- In that case, you should follow the same steps but all through Nero. To do this, you open the program, load the ISO file and take it to the CD or DVD, click on Burn and then another process will begin to burn the ISO image that may even go a little faster than the first option explained.