The program is using the emulator Qemu to recognize and test bootable CD / DVD / USB, mostly used to install Linux LiveCD on your Windows computer. If you have the bootable ISO file, then you can easily create a bootable environment and run the Linux system.
It provides a right-click menu, so you can choose the ISO file, right click on it and choose to start it. Linux also has a lot of its very own native file systems. For years you might have installed Linux into a new digital machine. Linux doesn’t have the luxury of being the absolute most widely-used operating system on the planet. Fortunately, if you use Linux, it’s simple to modify the endings.
Running a Live CD edition of Linux is a good way for Windows users to experience Linux for the very first time.
MobaLiveCD is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in boot manager/disk category and is available to all software users as a free download.