Definition of Virtual Drive
Virtual Drive is a software that was developed by Far Stone in the year 2010. The software converts a CD into a virtual CD file. The software’s unique burning function allows users to copy CDs, DVDs, or Blu-ray discs with games and other programs into a Virtual Discs. It is fast, and provides playback and provides with affecting the data or the disc.
Brief Description of Virtual Drive
The Virtual Drive is a software that enables users that includes gamers, music lovers and businesses to burn, copy and emulate CDs and DVDs and converting them into VCDs or virtual CD and keeping them on a digital storage media. It enables users to run 23 virtual CDs at the same. VCDs are more convenient and fast processing than physical disks and execute from the hard drive. Some of the features provided the recent versions of the software are as follows:
- Fast burning processes
- User friendly Interface
- Ease of burning, recording and cloning of Blu-ray discs
- Selecting, operating, editing and deletion of CD , DVDs etc. via Cover Flow
- Users can customize VCD covers
- Easy to use interface
Apart from the above the VCDs run applications and games upto 200 times faster without any spin ups or affecting the data. It also organizes virtual disks as an easy to search library and provides data backup from theft or damage and enables users to share data over the network.