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enter image description hereI can't find Windows Disc Image Burner on either of my Window 10 machines or Windows 11 machine. Do I need to pick something in add/remove windows features or something?

It's not just missing from the context menu. It doesn't show up if I try to look for it in apps and features either.

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This option has disappeared from the context-menu for ISO files, although the burner program is still there in Windows.

A workaround that doesn't involve any registry hacks is:

  • Right-click on the file and select "Open With"
  • Select "Choose another app"
  • Select "More apps"
  • Scroll to the bottom and select "Look for another app on this PC"
  • Browse to folder C:\Windows\System32 and select isoburn.exe
  • Click Open.

Now you can go ahead and burn your ISO.

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  • Great, Microsoft made it easier to use.....
    – Moab
    Jun 28 at 11:13

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