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Virtual Clone Drive – Virtual CD/DVD Drive

by Dwarka Rao 20 February 2010 No Comment

Virtual Drives have been a part of our daily computing since years, yet people like me are always looking to use a better virtual CD/DVD mounting program provided it is free. There are number of CD and DVD images mounting devices on Internet, Virtual Clone Drive is also one among them. But its features surely give it an edge over other programs.

Virtual Clone Drive is capable of reading number of image formats which include ccd, .dvd, .img, .iso, .udf and .bin files. From the point of installation and its using procedure, Virtual Clone Drive is one powerful image mounting device.

With its easy to use graphical interface, and features like supporting up to 8 virtual drives at the same time makes it one of the best images mounting programs available.


  • Supports almost all the common image formats such as ccd, .dvd, .img, .iso, .udf and .bin files
  • Supports up to 8 virtual drives at the same time
  • Fast processing speed with high reduction rates
  • Advanced and revamped transcoder
  • Permanent quality control through quality bars during the title and language selection





The best thing about Virtual Clone Drive is that it is amazingly fast. In addition to its fast processing speed, high reduction rates make it a powerful CD and DVD image mounting program.


It supports up to 8 virtual drives at the same time which make it highly efficient. And the fact that it is capable of reading all the common image formats like ccd, .dvd, .img, .iso, .udf and .bin files won’t allow you to depend on any other image mounting program.


Its intuitive and easy to use graphical interface is one of its most highlighting features. You can easily expertise the program just by spending few minutes on it.


There are few features which make Virtual Clone Drive a different and better image mounting program. This is a completely simplified program (mind you, even a kid can use it efficiently). It supports almost each and every common image file format. It is capable of supporting 8 virtual drives at a time. And other smaller but critical features like fast processing speed makes it my favorite image handling program.

  • Easy to use
  • 24 / 7 online help
  • Supports almost all the common image formats
  • Allows you to create multiple virtual disks (up to 8)


  • If you try to mount any image after already using all the 8 drives, it would simply unmount any one of them to mount this one (so just be careful)


One expects an image mounting program to be easy to use. And this makes Virtual Clone Drive hit the bull’s eye. And the fact that it supports number of image formats and multiple image handling capability makes it a simple yet powerful image mounting program.




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