ISO Recorder is created by a very little known dude named Alex Feinman. It's basically just a wizard, not even a program. Here's a few things that I like about it:
-Small: It's hard to tell because I don't think it's really an install as much as registry files and DLLs. But the "Alex Feinman" folder is 642kb.
-Easily accessible: Right click on ANY folder, and you get the option "Create ISO image file," or right click any ISO file and you get an option "Copy image to CD."
-Create Bootable ISO: Not as customizable as other ISO creators, but it's there.
-Pick Source: In the burning window, you can choose either a folder, or a disk drive, allowing you to even copy CDs without having to rip an ISO.
Buuuut there's some baddies
-No real program: Like I said above, there's no real exe file, just alot of dlls to make a wizard. This just means no folder in the start menu, or any real way to access the program besides the right click context menu. Just a tad annoying.
-ERROR: So far, since installing this on one of my comps, I've had to repair it three or four times. Granted, this might be because I have three or four ISO creating programs that I use interchangably, so it might have thrown something else, but I'm fairly sure I've run into the same error without any change to the system. It's not a huge problem if you keep the installer on hand.
So it's a pretty handy program. If you want a very lightweight, small install program to just create ISOs from folders and burn them to disks, this is for you.
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