With Ubuntu 10.04 not too far away, the first betas have begun arriving at the Ubuntu website.
If you want to give it a run, you’ll need to burn the ISO image download to CD for use on older PCs and for that, you’ll need an ISO image burning tool.
That’s what ISOTorch does – it burns ISO images to CD or DVD so you get an actual useable disc, in this case, of a Linux bootable distro.
It’s easy to use – just select the downloaded ISO image, choose a CD/DVD burner, load in a blank disc and press the Burn Disc button. ISOTorch does the rest.
ISOTorch works on Windows 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 7, 32- or 64-bit versions.
ISOTorch is freeware and you can find it ready for download on the software page.
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