WinRAR is the most popular compression tool available over the internet. It does not need any introduction. We often use WinRAR software to extract the ZIP and RAR extension files. Have you ever imagined that it can even extract the content ISO files in a folder?
When you install WinRAR, by default, ISO (also known as disc images) is not associated with WinRAR. That means when you will double-click on an ISO file, it will be mounted on a virtual drive under Windows 10 by default. However, you can see the content of an ISO file by right-clicking on the ISO and selecting the “Open with WinRAR” option.
To make the task simple, you can associate the ISO extension with WinRAR, which means double-clicking on the ISO file will directly open the ISO file in WinRAR. This means ISO will not be mounted automatically in the virtual CD-ROM of Windows 10.
How to open ISO files using WinRAR?
Step 2. From the WinRAR menu, click on the Options and select Settings.
Step 3. Under the Settings window of WinRAR, click on the Integration tab.
Step 4. By default, once you install the WinRAR app, it is associated with RAR, ZIP, 7Z, ARJ, BZ2, CAB, GZ, LZ, LZH, TAR, UUE, XZ, Z, ZIPX, and 001 file types. However, ISO remains unchecked by default. To associate ISO with WinRAR, select the ISO and then click on the OK button.
From now, double-clicking on the ISO file will be opened in the WinRAR app by default.
You can download the latest version of WinRAR software from here.