Pismo File Mount: Mount ZIP, ISO Files into a Virtual Drive

You might have come across several utilities which allow you to mount ISO, MDF, etc files into virtual drives. Today, I’m going to speak about yet another utility known as Pismo File Mount which allows users to mount files on to virtual drives. So what’s so special about this software that makes it different from others? Well, you can even mount ZIP files into a virtual drive! Pretty cool isn’t it?

Mounting images into a virtual drive using Pismo File Mount is pretty easy. All you need to do is first download Pismo File Mount and then install it. Once done you can easily mount any ZIP or ISO file into a virtual drive by just right clicking on it and selecting Mount or Quick Mount from the context menu. You can also launch Pismo File Mount first and then browse for the files you want to mount.

Once the file is mounted, you can easily view files in Windows Explorer. You can also set read/write or read only access to the archived files.

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One comment for “Pismo File Mount: Mount ZIP, ISO Files into a Virtual Drive”

  • col

    I recommend another great tool, It can do what pismo do, also it can do what pismo couldn’t do.

    Winmount(www.winmount.com) is a powerful windows utility which is dedicated to managing files and disks impressively and conveniently. WinMount supports compressing files to MOU RAR ZIP 7Z, decompressing and browsing MOU ZIP RAR CAB ARJ ISO GZ BZ2 TAR WIM files.

    WinMount can mount MOU RAR ZIP to a virtual disk or a local folder, which enabling you to use the files inside directly without extraction, saves your time and disk space dramatically.

    WinMount is also an image tool, supports mounting ISO ISZ BIN MDS/MDF NRG IMG CCD CUE to virtual DVD-ROM, supports mounting FLAC, APE, WV, WAVE to virtual CD-ROM, supports mounting VHD, VDI, VMDK, WMT, Microsoft WIM, and folder as a HDD virtual disk.

    In addition, WinMount can create a new blank RAM-disk, size from 64M to 4G, data will be lost when restart.

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