Any Burn 2.0

AnyBurn

AnyBurn is a light weight but professional CD / DVD / Blu-ray burning software that everyone must have. It provides a free and complete solution for burning CD, DVD or Blu-ray discs.

Main Features:

  • Burn all CD / DVD / Blu-ray disc image files.
  • Burn files and folders in your hard drive to CD, DVD, or Bluray disc
  • Burn Audio CD which can be played in regular CD player from mp3, ape, flac, wma files...
  • Rip Audio CD to MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA files.
  • Copy disc using sector by sector method.
  • Create image files from hard disk files or CD / DVD / BD discs.
  • Convert disc image files between various formats.
  • Support both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.

New Features in v2.0:

  • The main window size can be changed.
  • Some minor bug fixes and enhancements.

Download: Any Burn 2.0 | 1.0 MB (Freeware)
Download: Portable Any Burn 2.0 | 1.1 MB
Link: Any Burn Home Page

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I have used it... it is very good and easy to use... Very light on resources and doesn't install any crapware, also it does not interfere with the Windows settings like changing your associations for .iso etc... files like some software will do.

The screenshot looks like some of my first projects I did in VS back in high school. This is beyond simplistic - it looks kinda newbish (yes, it's a word :p)

Well,
It IS only at 2.0, so doesn't sound like it's been around for very long. I know I've never heard of it.

Besides,
I don't give a rats a** what something "looks" like if it does what it's supposed to do without bloat or crap wanting to constantly connecting to the internet.

Edit:
It has only been around since version 1.0.
Free Any Burn 1.0 (Jun 10, 2012)

http://www.anyburn.com/tutorials/history.htm

Anyone use this? How does it compare to CDBurnerXP?

From the screen shot, it looks pretty simplistic, which is how I like programs to be! :)