BurnAware Free Edition 1.2.6

BurnAware allows you to easily perform the most common disc burning operations: write to all CD/DVD media types, including Blu-Ray (BD-R/BD-RE); create and burn disc images; write multi-session discs; verify the integrity of files; burn your compilations directly on optical media, without having to wait for hard drive staging first and much more. Its proprietary burning algorithm provides the highest level or fault-tolerance, error-free burning and data integrity.

BurnAware Free Edition has a modern interface and supports Windows NT/2000/XP and Vista (32 and 64 bit). The application is free and contains absolutely no adware or annoying banners.

Features:
* Absolutely FREE. No spyware, no adware, no banners
* Writes to all CD/DVD media types including Blu-Ray (BD-R/BD-RE)
* Writes discs from disc images
* Writes DVDs from DVD-Video files
* Writes Audio CDs from WAV, MP3, or WMA files
* Creates disc images
* Supports all current hardware interfaces
* On-the-fly writing for all image types
* Writes Multi-Session to all supported media formats
* Auto-verification of written files
* Supports unicode for multi-byte languages
* Clean, flexible, easy to use interface
* Supports Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista (32 and 64 Bit)

What's New:
* Now you can add files from Windows Explorer context menu.
* Modified DVD+R DL media detection method.
* Added the new installer.
* Fixed writing of Multi-session data to DVD-RAM.
* Fixed the problem with HP laptops.
* Fixed the problem with autierase feature.
* Minor fixes and improvements.

Download: BurnAware Free Edition 1.2.6
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I like this software. I just wished I had discovered it way sooner instead of going with Nero for my occasional dvd/cd burning.

(Sillysam said @ #3.2)

Miss type, dah....

Dah... it's not a mistype. The correct term for a re-writeable Blu-Ray disc is BD-RE.

Not sure why though.

@ Ghostdraconi ... i agree with you basically as most people tend to agree that IMGBurn is pretty much the best burning software out there overall for burning basic data discs and image files etc.... and it's FREE... it's much better than crap like Nero nowadays as that got to bloated after version 6.

p.s. as for AUDIO related burning... i recommend Burrrn (www.burrrn.net) this program does pretty much all audio related burning and it's FREE AND it loads up super fast!

Tried this on all my computers the last time an update to this was posted. Worked totally different on just about every machine. On the ones it worked totally correctly, it was great, and actually made me remove that bloatware Nero!

Unfortunately, that only happened on a couple machines. Wound up uninstalling all copies of this and re-installing Nero 6.6.06. No where near as bloated as the more up to date versions.