Note: This review addresses v220.127.116.11 of the
Virtual CloneDrive allows you to access the contents of a CD or
DVD file, such as a downloaded .iso file used to install a Linux
operating system, as if you had inserted the disc into a drive on
your PC. The virtual drive shows up in Windows Explorer much like
any regular drive, with a drive letter and cutesy sheep icon.
The quick and easy installation prompts you to associate Virtual
CloneDrive with .ccd, .dvd, .img, .iso, .udf and .bin files.
Thereafter, you can double-click a file with those extensions, and
its contents will show up under the Virtual CloneDrive. When you’re
done, you can right-click the virtual drive and unmount (unload)
the file with an option under a new Virtual CloneDrive menu
The simple program interface allows for creating up to eight
virtual drives (default is one), and for choosing from a variety of