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[http://www.imgburn.com/ ImgBurn] is one of the easiest image burners available as it simply does what its name suggests: burns images/ISO files.
 
[http://www.imgburn.com/ ImgBurn] is one of the easiest image burners available as it simply does what its name suggests: burns images/ISO files.
  

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ImgBurn is one of the easiest image burners available as it simply does what its name suggests: burns images/ISO files.

To burn an ISO, open ImgBurn, select the "Please select a file..." button, seen in Figure X-XX, to locate the downloaded ISO and click the DVD image at the bottom to burn.

Figure X-XX:

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