Daemon Tools is widely used CD/DVD/HDD image mounting software, which is now available for Mac users too. Daemon Tools is finest CD/DVD emulator software that comes with several advantages. For example, it enables you load any disc image file right on your Mac. It saves your time and efforts for CD burning, by creating a virtual drive, which performs much faster than DVD or CD drives.
If you are unable to open BIN, ISO, NRGor MDF files on your Mac, Daemon Tools could help you out. In this post, we’ll be discussing about the most significant features of Daemon Tools 2.2 package, which is just released Mac users.Let’s first see few remarkable things in this latest pack –
- Convenient main window
- Allows you customize the look from the status menu or Dock itself
- No limitation for the quantity of mounted device
- Allows you set the DVD region for the drive
- Redesigned of update and licensing system
- Support of system hotkeys to speed up your mounting and ejecting tasks
- Free To Use
It Keeps Your Images Mounted All The Time!
One major inconvenience with Daemon Tools, reported by many people, is that it automatically unmounts the images when you close the program. It’s annoying when you mount a number of important images, work on them, and once the program is closed, they suddenly disappear. The new Daemon utility has eradicated this problem.
Now, you can close the application without the risk of getting the images unmounted automatically. Even though you quite the application, the images would still be mounted there and will work flawlessly just like the normal physical disc. In addition, you can also eject few images without opening the Daemon tools for Mac.
Well, it is the optional feature. If you’re a traditional user, you can simply quit Daemon Tools from Mac Doc. menu to close the application and unmount all the virtual discs. You can go for this option if you find the new feature a bit tricky to use.
Now It Will Speak In Your Language!
The version for Mac tries to interact with user in more personalized manner. It customizes itself as per the user system settings. If you change your system language, the Daemon Tools interface will be automatically get translated. Including English, it supports lot of other languages like German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese. Besides, the comprehensive user manual would help you understand different features, which may sometimes remain unclear.
It supports wide ranging formats including .iso, .b5t, .isz, .bwt, b6t, .ccd, .cue, .cdi, .mds, .nrg, .mdx, and .ape.
Even if the free version comes with limited features, it is just right for average users. You could easily emulate 3 to 4 virtual drives on the Mac computer. If you’ve already enjoyed the trial version, and you want to try more, then hurry up! You can avail the personal discounts for purchasing the upgraded version for Mac.