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Why is this article here? This is just another shareware iso image editor. Nothing special about it at all.

This article should be deleted.

According to that logic almost all of the articles linked on List_of_CD/DVD_burning_software should be deleted.

I noticed this article was marked for deletion due to not being notable? I found it via a search for information on the .isz format, and this article explained it pretty well. If you do decide to delete this, could you make an actual page for .isz format, as there is no page for it now. (talk) 04:24, 7 October 2008 (UTC) 04:24, 7 October 2008 (UTC)

The tagging isn't for deletion it's questioning if it meets the notability standard in the hope that someone will expand the article to note that it does so. The encyclopedia is much enriched if articles indicate why they meet the standard. Generally notability is non-trivial coverage in multiple reliable sources independant of the subject, the only reference at the moment is not independant of the product (It's from the company who writes the software), and is arguably trivial in relation to the software itself as it focuses on the file format, not on the product. Again if further reading via the references were available the encyclopedia would be much enriched. There are many things which someone may find useful but wikipedia isn't just a repositry of everything and anything, it's an encyclopedia. -- (talk) 10:58, 12 October 2008 (UTC)

WRONG. This article SHOULD be here, and your comments should not. I came here hoping to learn more about the software; speicifically, can I use UltraISO to make an ISO image of my (primary) hard drive, prior to doing a low-level reformat, with the idea of re-imaging the blank drive back to where it was.

Who are you to determine what is and is not "notable" ? Arrogant, ignorant, and seeking to prevent better minds from overcoming the obstacles that you have succumbed to, apparantly. "Just another shareware ISO image editor" REALLY ? You've done the reasearch, compared them all, catagorized them all into what are "notable" and which ones are not, and this one just doesn't meet YOUR standards ?

Who the F888 are you ? Not qualified to determined what is "notable" to me, for certain. Rather, I've decided that it's YOU are are not worth paying attention to, and recommend that all of your posts on the wiki be deleted.

Rather than deleting the whole article, it should be expanded to answer this question, and possibly give some instructions on how to do it.

AND (while I'm at it), it's a GOOD THING a software author/developer does a wiki on their work. What better source of information is there ? I'm surprised and dismayed when I discover that someone has NOT given at least some information regarding their product in a wiki. It indicates a lack of product support and customer service. Obviously, using the wiki as a purely sales effort should be discouraged, but if providing objective information aboiut a computer-related product has the effect of increasing sales/popularity/etc... so what ? People that support their products and increase the body of information in wikipedia OUGHT to have some reward. Jonny Quick (talk) 01:48, 13 October 2009 (UTC) Jonny Quick

   Holy Sock Puppets Batman! -- (talk) 22:46, 13 May 2010 (UTC)