ISO or .iso files are disk images or archive images for your PC. If you use Linux as your operating system and would like to learn more about .iso files, check out this tutorial. In this video, learn how to mount ISO files without using any disks or burning any CDs. The trick is to convince your computer that you have done this without actually doing so.
You don't need Windows to deal with ISO files, so follow along and learn how to perform the necessary tasks on Linux.
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