Today I am going to unwrap the utilities of ImgBurn, Password Resetter , WinToFlash in front of my readers. I found these three software to be must use software, so I thought of it to share it with you. ImgBurn burns or creates disc images of virtually any disc in the world, Password Resetter resets Windows passwords, and WinToFlash installs Windows XP/Vista/7 from a thumb drive.
The disc burning prospect is quiet is fairly full of software that, for every kind of intents and purpose, is alright. It does its job quiet quick and has enough features. But not many of the developers has the wide range of variety of features as ImgBurn which is only disc suite you will need as it is efficient to burn, rip, build, and verify CDs and DVDs like a knife can cut through warm butter.
This tool has a very simple and easy to use interface, comprising all large buttons on front of the screen app as its main feature. It is capable to write image to a disc, write various folders/files to a disc, create a disc image from files and folders, create a disc image from a physical disc *gasp*, verify discs, and test the quality of your drive’s burns.
To top it off, ImgBurn lets you configure everything and anything. From speeds to associated filetypes, ImgBurn is a great one-stop shop for burning, creating, and verifying discs and images.
Version discovered: v184.108.40.206
Supported OS: Windows all
Download size: 5.8MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 0/41
Portability: Requires installation (portable version in development)
If you need to reset your Windows Password, then you may find a number of tools out there to help you out. If you are looking for a password resetting tool and you’re willing to fork over a chunk of change, PasswordResetter could be for you. It may not be the nicest programs, and it may be violating a few open source license as it uses SysLinux and other open source projects to provide the bootable environment to reset, but it certainly works and is easier to use than other options.
All in all PasswordResetter is basically a hyped ISO burner. In actual if you navigate to the path you installed PR to, you can even find the ISO. However, it provides an interface to burn these ISOs, which is nice, and lets you burn it to either a disc or a thumbdrive.
Price: $34.99 / $59.95 / $89.99 / $159.95
Version discovered: v
Supported OS: Windows NT+
Download size: 43.1MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: N/A – file too large
Portability: Requires installation
WinToFlash is a kind of software that can burn more than Windows Vista/7 to a thumb drive Windows XP is perfectly supported too, meaning you don’t have to give the terrible netbook an upgrade while I’m at it. It’s easy to use software as you click the giant checkmark that appears on its main screen and you’ll be put through a wizard that lets you select the disc drive and a thumb drive, and twenty minutes later, you’ll have a perfectly operable thumb drive to install Windows from.
If you are going to install Windows XP off of a thumb drive, there’s really not much you can do other than use WinToFlash. It’s useful for this purpose, but for other versions of Windows there are better applications available.
Note: at first run, it runs through a lot of settings and I wound up with an IE plugin. Watch out!
Version discovered: v0.7.0048 Beta
Supported OS: Windows XP+
Download size: 9.2MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 0/40
Portability: has some funky setup at first run, watch out
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