A: Mount : The meaning of the word "Mount" here does not comply with the definitions that you can find in average dictionaries. In the field of computer science , it refers to creating a new virtual/logical drive or folder or volume for an image/compressed file such as ISO, so that OS can access all the files which are included in archives directly without decompressing them beforehand. Genarally, this concept is usually heard with UNIX or LINUX system, however, it's rarely used with Windows system. If you ever had the experience in using DaemonTools, you may be familiar with this notion. We can say that DaemonTools and Winmount are silimar great applications, but Winmount, as you know or will realize, is absolutely much more powerful.
Unmount : Obviously, unmounting is the reverse process of mounting which means dismissing the created virtual drive.
A: Yes. Send us an email: email: winmount_en-request(at)winmount.com, subject: subscribe
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A: We wouldn't set any functional limitations in trial version at present. We want every user have a taste in every aspect, therefore, there is no functional difference between the two versions except that a notification window will pop up when you're trying to mount files with a trial version.
A: You can send us an email: support(at)winmouunt.com. Provide your order id or order email.
A: You should know these:
Writable: WinMount disk can be written but data will be lost when exit. Format: RAR, ZIP.
Write-back: WinMount disk can be written and data can be saved. Format: MOU, VHD, VMDK, VDI, WMT.
Read-only: WinMount disk can't be written. Format: All supported formats that not mentioned above.
A: Download gdiplus.dll file here, and copy it to WinMount path.