How To Mount An ISO Image File On Computer That Is Running Windows, MacOS Or Linux.

The ISO file format is one of the most widely used file formats for packaging many files and folders into a single file. It is commonly used on software and operating system O.S installation files. You may find yourself in a situation where you have to install a software thats packaged in an ISO file. The conventional process would be to burn the ISO to a disk inorder to gain access to the contents of the ISO however this tutorial aims to simply that by showing you how to mount an ISO file on Windows, Mac OS or Linux and access the contents of the ISO file without having to use a physical CD / DVD.


In order to complete this tutorial successfully the following items are required. Please ensure to have these items available before taking implementation action on this tutorial:
1) Any ISO image file preferably less that 2GB in size.
2) A computer running Windows 7, 8 or 10 / Mac OS / Linux With A Graphic User Interface e.g KDE or GNOME desktop
3) PoweISO (trial version works)


1) Power On a physical computer or virtual machine running Windows 10 and mount an ISO file in windows explorer.

Step One: