DAEMON Tools Ultra

DAEMON Tools Ultra 4.0

DAEMON Tools Ultra mounts image files, virtual hard discs and works with ODD/HDD
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DAEMON Tools Ultra is a new generation product, that offers an alternative to work with image files. Now you don't have to think of creating and managing your virtual devices - just use Quick Mount option and start working with your Image Catalog. Thus you can use key features of DAEMON Tools Pro but with even more comfort. DAEMON Tools Ultra enables you to create and mount VHD hard drive images. So you can easily access your data stored in VHD files. Using the application you can write Windows or Linux bootable image to USB device. USB devices are faster, more handy and durable than usual physical disks, so it is convenient to use them for operating system installation. Also bootable USB is essential for notebooks without drive. DAEMON Tools Ultra allows you to create and use RAM disk - the one that is stored in the main memory. As random-access memory is much faster than the hard disk, it provides the highest performance of the data. In DAEMON Tools Ultra you can create both persistent and volatile RAM disks. DAEMON Tools Ultra allows you to connect to remote optical and virtual devices shared via iSCSI protocol. Using the embedded iSCSI Initiator, you can connect to various third-party servers or work with DAEMON Tools iSCSI Target which shares not only images, discs and virtual hard disks but also numerous types of USB devices since the latest version. No matter which drive is shared - DAEMON Tools Ultra allows you to work with drives and devices just like with usual image files. Since DAEMON Tools Ultra 3, you can create Writable Virtual Drives and burn virtual discs instead of optical ones. Created virtual burner is available for DAEMON Tools Ultra and other applications and utilities. The latest version offers emulation of CD&DVD burning to *.mdx or *.mds/*.mdf image files. Click on Quick Mount button and select an image file to work with. You will find all mounted images on the Quick Mount panel. Working with images never was so easy!

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