Right-click and choose “Burn disk image.” This will launch a tool to burn the image to a CD or DVD.Once the disk is burned, remove it from the disk drive and label it for your future reference.To confirm what version of Windows you are running, go to My Computer and click on “System properties.” The listed version should be Windows 7.From that same screen, you should see how much free space you have left, which is underneath the blue bar for each disk.In the new window that pops up, you’ll be able to see all of your partitions.In windows, these are typically labeled with letters, such as “C:” or “D:”.This is useful for experimenting with new OSes without putting all your eggs in one basket. A PC running Windows 7, with at least 30 GB of free hard-drive space. A CD/DVD burner and blank CD/ DVD or a USB drive with a capacity of 1GB or more 3.
Either you will have one very large drive (“C:”) or you will have a smaller drive for your operating system (“C:”) plus a larger one for data or programs (“C:”).
ISO files are disk images which have been stored for easy distribution and replication.