There is one great new feature of Windows 10 that has made life easier for some of us out there: you can now link ISO images in Windows 10 without third-party software! I’ve played around with mounting different ISO images and so far it works great. In fact, this feature is close to Windows 8, but since most people don’t deal with Windows 8, they don’t know about it.
The process is very simple and straightforward, which I will explain below.
Right click on ISO Image in Windows 10
The easiest way to mount an ISO mount is to right-click the ISO file and select a mountain .
Connect an ISO image to Windows 10 using Explorer
The second way to mount an ISO image is to go to Windows Explorer and select the file. Windows 10 will detect that it is an ISO image and will show another tab in the ribbon interface called Disk Image Tools , Under Management, click Mountain .
This is for him! Once the image is mounted, you will see it as a new device on My Computer.
By default, Windows 10 will simply select the next available letter when mounting an ISO image, but if you want to change the drive letter of the device, you have to right-click My Computer and go to manage .
Then click Disk Management and right-click on the drive letter of the drive and select Change drive letter and drive path .
Now just select the drive letter you want to use for the mounted ISO image.
You can mount multiple ISO images in Windows 10 at the same time if you want, and you can burn ISO images in Windows 10 without additional software by clicking the Burn button in the above screenshots. You can read my other post if you want to create an ISO image. Enjoy!