I have sorting out my computer storage, and I have found a lot of image files that I created using Nero (6 +7), unfortunatly I did not nmae them very clearly.What i need is a piece of software that will let me open the image file(s), see the contents and decide wheather to keep them or they are out of date and delete.P.s. I thought my shed was bad enough for junk, but I have found files that belong to systems from DOS, WIN 3.11,Win95,Win98 & Win ME.Do you keep all your old files 'Just in case' Any SuggestionsTerry
will they be of any use if they are so old?
try isobuster-free versionclick hereor mount image withvirtual clone drive-freeclick here
Assuming that the images are all in a recognisable file format, is there any reason why you can't just open them using the Preview function in Windows Explorer, which opens Windows Photo Viewer? Right-click the file, click Preview. Decide whether you want to keep it, then close the preview.You can delete or rename the file, as you wish.
Thanks to all especially I'm a diddy.The isobuster program is just the job. I presumed most of my iso files were out of date, but I like to check before deleteing' Just in case'.I now have a much cleaner systemTerry
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