there is a C library called "Gumbo" for parsing HTML5. for those if you wanting to make a browser...
and for those of you who wish to make a bootable cd/dvd/dvd-dl/blu-ray disc, you can with the help of windows 7 and up's Virtual Disk service. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/5291/how-to-create-a-virtual-hard-drive-in-windows-7/
you will need to configure the Virtual Disk service for automatic and you
need to start it first. this lets you make virtual "hard disk" images
that can even size-to-fit as needed. you can give it a drive letter. make your own OS. make your own disk utility.
not sure, but you MIGHT need to enable virtual type of stuff on your cmos setup (BIOS) too.
there is a dd for windows. but you have to be very careful with it and floppy disk imaging utility all by a guy in Australia, he has a web site. you have to learn how to use the tools.
http://RenewalComputerServices.comhttp://JesusnJim.com (my personal site, has software)
IEC Units: Computer RAM & SSD measurements, microsoft disk size measurements (note: they will say GB or MB or KB or TB when it is IEC Units!):
[KiB] [MiB] [GiB] [TiB]
SI Units: Hard disk industry disk size measurements:
[KB] [MB] [GB] [TB]