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Accessing ISO images via Virtual Drives
Windows 8 and later versions of Windows natively support ISO files: when you open an ISO file in Windows 8 or later, Windows automatically assigns the file a drive letter and opens it as a virtual drive in Windows Explorer. For Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows, additional software is required to mount ISOs virtually. The tool Microsoft Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel offers such capability.