Kari said: View Post
Once again I remind you guys about PowerShell OneGet, a built-in tool in Windows 10. Using OneGet you can install all your software with one command, totally automatically and silently in the background, without any PUPs, without any "Click Next, Click Install", without any "Would you also like to install this and that software". By default the latest version of all applications, but if an older version is needed you can select from all available versions.

I just installed ImgBurn with OneGet in 10 seconds with this simple command:PowerShell OneGet - Install Apps from Command Line - Windows 10 Forums
I'll have to study your guide and give it a try. What I did to use ImgBurn was to open the ImgBurn download with 7Zip and copy the ImgBurn.exe to a folder and run the program that way.