All this talk about "iso" and ".bin/.cue"!
Before becoming so confused about this and having been researching the differences,I would d/l an app; uncompress the app; and clicked setup, i'd then have the app I wanted. So I figure that when uncompressing an app, seeing the setup icon; the uninstall icon and such, that that was an "iso" or image of the original cd? Now that i have a burner, I take those same uncompressed files and burn with nero as an iso, then run the setup from the disk. Am I right by concluding that the above app was an "iso" or an image? Why didn't I need all those converters and such, and why is my app working? My conclusion was that "if you could run the setup from the hard drive, then you should be able to burn it onto a cdr and run setup from there as well...Both disk spin and to read data right" I have seen one instance where I've downloaded a "trial" version of office 2k and seeing a .bin file and be totally confused. Thanks to this site, I've been enlightned on the .bin/.cue file i saw, and kick myself in the arse for deleting it from my hardrive b4 finding this site (took for ever to d/l).