Even though CDs and DVDs aren’t as widely used today, ISO files are still useful if you want to have virtual copies of your data, or prepare it before burning.
There are both free and paid applications that can help you do this, and UUByte ISO Editor is one of the latter.
To be fair, UUByte ISO Editor has a no-nonsense user interface and is extremely to use. If you choose this tool, then you won’t have to navigate any submenus, as all its functions are clearly displayed in the home window.
The program can burn ISO files on CDs and DVDs and also on USB drives (no Blu-ray, unfortunately). Secondly, it can extract or edit any content from an ISO. Finally, it can create ISO files, either from a CD or DVD or from files on your hard drive. The last option can be particularly useful if you want to use UUByte ISO Editor as a backup tool.
Windows 10 users can already open and extract content directly from the image files. They can’t also edit that content while it’s still in the disc image, and that’s probably the only reason why someone would want to use a professional disc image editor nowadays.
Even so, UUByte ISO Editor has one major drawback: as its name suggests, the program can only edit ISO files. This means that people who may need to edit slightly less popular image file formats (like BIN or MDS) probably won’t find this app very useful.
While we appreciate the very user-friendly interface, we can’t get over the fact that UUByte ISO Editor is limited to just doing what many other apps can do for free.