Download DAEMON Tools for Mac OSX v5.3.303 – Build, Manage Virtual Drive
Daemon Tools is a popular software for windows to create and manage virtual drives. Now Daemon tools is also available for mac osx. This software is used to create a virtual drive and cloning lock. Daemon tools software can create up to 32 virtual drive and implement image files own their own, no need to burn on CD or DVD.
Key Features of DAEMON Tools :
Mount all types of image files : This Tools for Mac is more than just imaging software. It allows you to play FLAC or APE Audio images, work with VHD, unzip archives and mount all from ISO to BIN.
Create Data and Audio images : This softawre for Mac Enables you to use virtual discs to back up, compress and protect your data. Create your own Data and Audio images from selected folders.
Keep images at hand : Once the software is installed, all image files from Finder can be mounted. You can also reach your files in handy Images catalog. Choose your favorite one of 12 available ways to mount images with DAEMON Tools for Mac.
Burn files to images with Virtual Burner : Writable Virtual Device is a brand-new feature introduced in DAEMON Tools for Mac 4. Once you create a writable drive, you can use it to emulate burning process in iTunes and any third-party app.
Speed up your Mac with RAM disks : Do not allow anything to slow you down. Use the fastest memory to achieve the highest performance. Store temp files, browser cache and run apps from RAM disk created and mounted via DAEMON Tools.
ISCSI Initiator feature Advanced : Upgrade your Tools iSCSI Initiator for Mac with. ISCSI Targets and get access to cross-platform to Connect remote virtual and physical devices.
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