Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 can have the mount option of ISO files by default. You can just right click any ISO file and select Mount. Previously it was done using third party software which would create additional virtual CD/DVD ROM drives in which the ISO files were inserted virtually. But now Windows Explorer has the capability of creating a virtual DVD ROM and automatically insert the ISO file.
Sometimes, a third party application will mess up the default options and mount option will seem like missing in Windows 10 or Windows 8.1. In this article, we’ll see how to fix mount option missing in Windows 10 which had been messed up by a third party app.
If you don’t have enabled the mounting option in your system, you can follow below easy steps to make it enable in your system and enjoy this option. There are couple of ways to fix the issue. Basically they do the same thing but using different interfaces.
Using Control Panel
Go to start menu and write default program.
Open the default program and click on set your default programs
And then select" Windows disc image burner" and click “Choose default app for this program"
You will see a list of default programs and click on check all. and save it
And now mount option is enabled in your system.yo can check by clicking right on any ISO file, you will see that “mount” option is available there now.
Using Modern Interface Settings
Open settings in windows 10 or press “windows + I". And click “System"
Now open “default apps" and click “ set defaults by app"
Now by clicking this, this will lead to again all those steps you did in method 1.