Virtual CD allows you to run CD/DVD applications and music CDs directly from the hard disk - no more need for physical CD drives or the actual CD media. It creates compressed images of CDs on the hard disk and emulates up to 22 CD drives to access and to run applications.
Reviewing 10.0.3 (Nov 13, 2009)
I actually payed for this many moons ago but this is way past it's time to die.
Daemon Tools Lite is free and all you need. There absolutely no reason to use this anymore.
@iNsuRRecTiON, i hope the info was useful to you.
Reviewing 126.96.36.199 (Feb 28, 2008)
Gets 1 point for the idea, no points for the price. There are free versions of Virtual PC, microsoft and others so to be seen to be paying for it seems nuts
Reviewing 188.8.131.52 (Nov 17, 2006)
It is useful and good software, but not that cheap..Too expensive. Make it cheaper and offer unlimited lifetime license (or at least 5 years of free upgrades..!), then you will get 5 stars and full points.. :-P
@Alex Stevens, what are the free and better alternatives?!
Reviewing 7.1 (Aug 9, 2005)
Very good program, but for some reason v7.0 did not install on my system (i using v6.0 now).
And i dont like 22 drives limit :) (why?, i want to mount unlimited folders from cd images)
Reviewing 4.5 (Oct 16, 2002)
there's a conflict between PARAGON Ext2FS Anywhere and virtualcd virtual drive. either PARAGON Ext2FS Anywhere switches off virtual cd virtual drive or the other way round. I had a hard time till I fixed this s***. reinstalling virtualcd and unmounting, then re-mounting the linux partition seemed to do the trick. now everything works, but what's the point about the whole programme? better make an image with clonecd, then mount the image with daemon tools. daemon tools is free, and to buy clonecd use the money you would spend for virtual cd
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