Provide files across the Internet isn't always easy. What compression/archive format do you use and will novice users be able to open your archive and install your software? You could create a self-extracting archive, but would the end-user know how to work with the file contents? Another option is to create a folder or disc of your contents and then simply supply as an ISO image. The end-user simply burns these files to their own CD or extracts them from the original ISO file.
ImgBurn 2.2 is a tool designed to work with ISO images. It's as simple as locating the ISO image, inserting a blank CD and then burning the contents to the CD. Effectively this is all it does do, but does the job well. If you simply want to burn an ISO image to CD, use ImgBurn 2.2.
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