ISO Commander is a tool that helps you create, edit and extract disk image files. The user interface of the program is easy to navigate through, thanks to the Explorer-based layout.

So, if you want to extract an ISO file, simply open one, add it to ISO Commander interface and use the "drag and drop" method to copy files to your hard drive.

Furthermore, you can add files and directories to the queue, in order to create a new ISO file, edit the file's information (e.g. "Volume Label", "System Identifier", "Volume Creation" date), and find an item in an ISO file (you can also input only the file format type and enable "Case Sensitive").

In addition, you can create a boot image from a floppy disk and generate a report, but you can also configure settings, customize the interface and convert various image formats.

In the "Preferences" menu, you can change "General", "Interface", "Confirmation", "Action", "Image Size", "Save and Execute" and "Associates" settings.

So, you can allow only one program instance at a time, set ISO Commander to reload the last image at startup, set automatic updates at a specific time interval, select your preferred interface language, establish the double-click command (e.g. view or run the selected item), associate ISO Commander with ISO, BIN, NRG, DAO, TAO, MDF, IMG and CUE formats, and more.

The application uses a low amount of system resources and didn't freeze or crash during our tests. Extracting large amounts of data can take a while, during which ISO Commander may look frozen but it actually works fine.

However, we couldn't access the "Generate Report" function, the software can only convert files to the ISO format and its help file only covers basic information.

ISO Commander doesn't seem to offer any new and exciting choices when it comes to managing the supported file types. Nonetheless, it does a nice job when it comes to quickly performing ISO administration tasks.