Fix: Burn Disc Image Option Missing From the Right Click Context Menu

By default Windows 7 through Windows 10  have the ability to Burn an ISO file without the need of a third party software. The Burn disc image option should appear at the top of the right click context menu when you right-click on a ISO file.

1. Go to Control Panel, select View by: Small icons, then click on Default Programs.

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2. Once Default Programs window is launched, click Set your default programs link.

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3. Next, in the left-pane, under Programs, select Windows Disc Image Burner and click on Set this program as default option on the bottom right.

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4. By doing this you have set Windows Disc Image Burner as the default program to open .ISO extensions.

Burn disc image should now appear in the right click context menu of an ISO file.

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Video Tutorial:

httpvh://youtu.be/AK6m66SAyMo

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