Can I delete pkg files after installation?
3 Answers. To answer your question(s), generally speaking, yes, you can delete the container file whether it be a .pkg, .dmg or .zip file. This of course assumes that all content of the container file has been installed.
Yes you can delete the .iso files. That will not affect the existing system anyway. But you may need it any later time for re-installation or repair. Unless there is acute crisis of disk space it is recommended to preserve the .iso file of the existing distro you are using.
- Firstly, Free Download WinISO, and then install it.
- Step 1: Install and run the software. After the installation, run the software.
- Step 2: Burn bootable ISO. Click the"Burn" on the toolbar or you can click the "Tools" button on the menu, and then select the "Burn Image" option.
- Step 3: Choose the bootable ISO file.
- To specify the boot sequence:
- Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen.
- Choose to enter BIOS setup.
- Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab.
- To give a CD or DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list.
- CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) is the term usually used to describe the small amount of memory on a computer motherboard that stores the BIOS settings. Some of these BIOS settings include the system time and date as well as hardware settings.
To use the same program in Windows, you need to download the Windows version, not the Mac DMG version. However, assuming the DMG file just contains files like images or videos (which are likely in a format that's also compatible with Windows), you should have no problem using one of the below programs to view them.
- Definition of: DMG. DMG. (Disk iMaGe) The file format used in the Mac for distributing software. Mac install packages appear as a virtual disk drive on the Mac. When the DMG file icon is double clicked, the virtual drive is "mounted" on the desktop.
- An ISO file is an image of a CD/DVD. Typically you would be able to use a burning program like Nero, or ImgBurn, to then burn that ISO file directly to a disk.
- An ISO image is an archive file of an optical disc, a type of disk image composed of the data contents from every written sector on an optical disc, including the optical disc file system. ISO image files usually have a file extension of .iso.
Updated: 2nd October 2019