Say what you want about Windows 7, but one of the things that has always annoyed me about Windows has finally been addressed. Windows 7 is going to be the first version of Windows to natively support burning ISO files. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not going to give up my favorite disk authoring software. At the same time though, half of the time when I need to burn a disk image, I am using someone else’s computer, and many times they don’t have an application for burning disk images.
Microsoft has made things really simple on us. If you want to burn a disk image, just double click on the ISO, and Windows will open a dialog box. Select the drive that you want to use, decide whether or not you want the image to be verified, and then click the Burn button. It’s just that easy.