14 Free CD & DVD Burning Apps

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John Corpuz

John Corpuz flip-flopped between computer science and creative writing courses in school. As a contributor to Tom's Guide he's found a happy middle ground writing about apps, mobile gaming and other geekery.

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  • This would be so much more useful/readable if it were formatted as a normal web page instead of as a "photo story" Good example of geeks creating unnecessary complexity just because they can.
  • any of these doing the SecurDisc scan, like Nero?
  • Nice to see that ImgBurn is getting the 4.5/5 score.
    (Cause that's what I've been using for a while now.)

    In the past I used other programs like Nero and Roxio but honestly I found them to be excessively bulky. I like ImgBurn cause it's NOT bulky and it's simple if you are a skilled computer user.
  • img is the most simple and best for me
  • Freemake Video Converter is pretty awesome as well
  • BurnAware is pretty good esp when you have the option to burn blu-ray disc, which is pretty cool for a free program.
  • NOD32 flagged the ashampoo download and forcibly disconnected before completing the d/l
  • Should have listed in table comparison instead of using generic "Photo Gallery" template.
  • I'll have to try imgburn... I've been using the free version of Nero I had some bundled versions with various DVD drives, but they have a check...have a different drive and they won't work.

    Ps. The photo story is all about maximizing exposure to advertising...I don't appreciate it, but I understand it...the money is just too good.
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