To mount an ISO image in Windows 7, 8, and 10, you can use the built-in functionality of Windows. Here are the steps:
- Locate the ISO image that you want to mount.
- Right-click on the ISO image file and select “Mount” from the context menu. If you don’t see the “Mount” option, you may need to install a third-party ISO mounting software.
- The ISO image will be mounted as a virtual drive and will be assigned a drive letter automatically. You can access the contents of the ISO image by opening Windows Explorer and browsing to the drive letter assigned to the mounted ISO image.
- To unmount the ISO image, right-click on the virtual drive in Windows Explorer and select “Eject” from the context menu.
Note: If you are using Windows 7, you may need to install the free Windows Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel from Microsoft to mount ISO images. This tool allows you to mount up to 15 virtual CD/DVD drives simultaneously.