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What are iso files?
What to Do after downloading the file?
What are Drivers?
What is Digital Delivery?


What are iso files?
An ISO image is an archive file (a.k.a. disk image) of an optical disc using a conventional ISO format that is supported by many software vendors. ISO image files typically have a file extension of .ISO but Mac OS X ISO images often have the extension ".CDR". The name "ISO" is taken from the ISO 9660 file system used with CD-ROM media but the term ISO image can refer to any optical disc image, even a UDF image.

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What to Do after downloading the file?
Here what you need to do after you download the file and save it to your computer. Locate the file that you just dowloaded and do one of the following. 1- right click on the file and unzip it using winrar. If you do not have a winrar you can downloaded from http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm 2- burn the iso file to a cd.you can use the iso recorder http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm to do so. If you burn a cd, it is a auto run cd that gives you a menu to select from. IF you unzip it, you need to double click on the autorun.exe file to see the menu.

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What are Drivers?
Drivers are programs that tell Windows how to communicate with the hardware (video card, modem, printer, and sound card) you have installed on your system. If a driver is not installed or if the wrong driver is installed your devices will not work properly or at all.

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What is Digital Delivery?
Digital delivery (Also known as digital distribution and Electronic software distribution) is the principle of providing digital information and content over the Internet in the form of products or services.

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