OSFMount is an easy to use application that enables you to mount and unmount virtual disks without any hassle. It has a straightforward explorer interface that will be familiar to users of all levels. As well as mounting virtual disks, OSFMount can also be used to create RAM disks and mount CD/DVD-ROMs as RAM disks.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 2012, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows 98|
|Available Languages||English, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish|
|Date||Friday, March 23rd 2018|
With OSFMount you can mount a new image file, image file in RAM, or empty RAM drive, specify the partition, image offset, drive size and type, as well as label it as a read-only drive.
Key features include:
- Standard interface.
- RAM disk creation support.
- OSForensics support.
OSFMount also has support for disk image analysis with PassMark OSForensics. OSFMount can be used to mount image files that were created using a disk cloning application, such as OSFClone. The image file is mounted as a virtual drive on Windows, which can then be analyzed using OSForensics.
Overall, OSFMount is a lightweight application with a standard, friendly interface that supports a variety of disk images such as ISO, Bin, IMG and NRG. It also supports other, less well known formats such as DD, VMDK and AFD. Unfortunately it lacks support for some lesser used disk image formats, like mdf or ccd. That being said OSFMount comes with a handful of extra options, which are not usually found in disk imaging applications.