A file of data which represents an image.
An image file contains all the files you want to load onto the reader's drive C. Because drive C is a ROM drive that is implemented in flash memory, you can use DOS commands to read from drive C, but you must use special utilities to write to drive C.
a file that acts just like a DVD you've burned (you can 'play' it with DVD Player), but it is only a file you keep on your computer
an easy file to create
an EXACT copy of the partition
an identical copy, in file form, of the physical OED data CD
a single file containing a copy of all your sound files, in the order you specified in your playlist
The stand-alone file of each individual page image.
In CD-ROM, it is a single file that has been pre-mastered and contains a bit for bit copy of the contents of a disc, usually in the ISO 9660 logical file format.
An image file is used to store an exact replica of a specific set of data on some type of disk drive or in computer RAM. For example: One might keep an "image" of a particular floppy disk stored on a hard drive so it can be retrieved at a later date. The procedure for retrieval usually involves running some software that recreates the image of the original floppy disk on a new disk. Image files are also frequently used with CD writers to prepare data to be written to a CD. In this case all of the desired files are copied into an "image" of the CD that is on a hard drive. Once ready, this image can quickly be written to the recordable CD. Sometimes this procedure is required in order to be able to write a suitable CD, but this will vary upon the software and hardware being used.
A file used to store an image of a diskette; that is, an exact copy of the diskette's contents.
File that contains the information needed to present a graphical image. Image files usually store bitmap information.
A file containing all or part of a DiskSafe snapshot. Image files end in .000, .001, .002, etc. These files never exceed two gigabytes (2GB) in size, in order to be compatible with all operating systems. The set of all relevant image files constitutes a snapshot. See Also Snapshot.
An image file is a computer file which stores image information. Graphics design programs, digital cameras, scanners and other image-related hardware and software all store and access image files.
A file containing the imformation needed to form an image