가상 드라이브 사용 시 최고의 퍼포먼스를 보여주는 데몬(daemon) 입니다. 설치시 툴바와 시작페이지를 설정하지 마십시요.
윈도우7(Windows7)을 지원하는 신버전입니다.
Support Image Type (지원 규격)
mds (Media Descriptor File)
pdi (Instant CD/DVD)
b5t (BlindWrite 5)
- Added helper process for executing admin rights required operations under Vista with enabled UAC;
- Silent installation:
"/kfp " - mandatory;
"/email " - mandatory;
"/name " - optional;
- Grabber logging improvements;
- Languages updates.
- Devices speeds detection;
- Lite-ON DHXXXXX drives supporting;
- Large RAID volumes issue;
- Vista with enabled UAC issues: images Drag-and-Drop from Explorer;
- Mounting/burning/converting B6T DVD images;
- Shell Extensions optimization;
- Setup crash on Chinese locale;
- Some burning issues;
- Little mds images burning;
- Some minor GUI bugs.
performs auto update;
creates *.iso and *.mds images using preset profiles;
emulates up to 16 CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray drives;
performs image mounting to physical folders;
protects image with password;
manages image collection’s;
monitors virtual devices’ properties.
offers friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI);
Daemon Tools (styled DAEMON Tools by its creators) is a disk image emulator for Microsoft Windows that mounts images of DVD and CD media on virtual drives, and is known for supporting a variety of different disk image formats. The program is able to defeat most copy protection schemes such as SafeDisc and SecuROM.
Daemon Tools was originally a furtherance in the development of another program, Generic SafeDisc emulator, and incorporated all of its features. It is currently being developed and distributed by Daemon's Home and is free for non-commercial purposes but the "free" version comes with the option to install an advertisment system from WhenU, which is ticked by default. Daemon Tools is known colloquially as D-Tools or just DTools. Version 3.47 is Adware-free, while later versions are not.
Like other disc image emulators, using Daemon Tools means a user does not have to swap discs to run different programs, which also eliminates scratching of the disc. It provides functionality to those who purchased software, but either lost or damaged the disc, to still be able to use that program. On a more quotidian level, Daemon Tools enables users to run games and other programs on their laptops without requiring them to bring an entire library of CD or DVD media around with them, which is safer and more convenient.
It can also be used to access software distributed as a disk image (drivers, support files, archives, etc) without the need to burn a physical CD/DVD. This is somewhat similar to how .dmg files are used in Mac OS X.
Several disk images can be loaded at once, which can be useful for installing or using software that ships on multiple discs and requires shuffling between them during use.
It is also useful for networking applications, where a program requires a CD to be operated, and it is impossible to distribute the requisite CDs to all users.