BurnAware Home 2.0.0.610

BurnAware is the ultimate disc burning software. BurnAware Home is the preferred edition for home desktop and mobile PCs. It includes additional burning tools which help you to copy your CDs and DVDs with digital photos, documents, games, movies and music easily. Also with BurnAware Home you can compile and burn bootable discs and disc images.

Key Features

* Create data, bootable and multisession CD/DVD/Blu-ray Discs
* Create Audio CDs and jukebox CD/DVD/Blu-ray Discs
* Create DVDs-Video
* Copy and backup CDs/DVDs
* Create and burn disc images, bootable images
* Erase / Format rewritable discs
* Supports all current hardware interfaces (IDE/SCSI/USB/1394/SATA)
* Supports UDF/ISO9660/Joliet Bridged file systems (any combination)
* On-the-fly writing for all image types (no staging to hard drive first)
* Auto-verification of written files
* Supports CD-Text
* Clean, flexible, easy to use interface
* Supports unicode for multi-byte languages
* Supports Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista (32 and 64 Bit), no drivers required

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(BeLGaRaTh said @ #2.1)

Was it Victor Kiam?

From that link: "All the rights for the BurnAware project was sold to the BurnAware Technologies company.
BurnAware Free Edition is not available!"


I don't get it...

(prime2515102 said @ #2.2)

From that link: "All the rights for the BurnAware project was sold to the BurnAware Technologies company.
BurnAware Free Edition is not available!"


I don't get it...

Do a search for Victor Kiam, he made adverts in the 70s early 80s about Remington shavers about how "I liked it so much I bought the company"

(ThaCrip said @ #1.1)
my money is on ImgBurn+Burrrn combo ( www.imgburn.com + www.burrrn.net )

basically imgburn for data needs and burrrn for audio needs.

both are free and load up fast and are coded well and dont need that crappy .net stuff to run.

Big fan of imgburn, but I wasn't aware .net was crappy. *judges you*

(Joshie said @ #1.2)

Big fan of imgburn, but I wasn't aware .net was crappy. *judges you*

i aint saying .net is horrible or anything... it should just not be needed by programs in general.... cause ImgBurn or Burrrn dont use em and there great.

unlike CDBurnerXP which uses .net which i would rather avoid.

(ThaCrip said @ #1.3)

i aint saying .net is horrible or anything... it should just not be needed by programs in general.... cause ImgBurn or Burrrn dont use em and there great.

unlike CDBurnerXP which uses .net which i would rather avoid.

While having to download and install .NET for one or two apps might be a pain, if .NET apps became more widespread, the practice would make a hell of a lot more sense.

Maybe since I cut my teeth on linux before I put any serious effort into a Microsoft OS, things like this just don't strike me as odd, because dealing with myriad arrays of support libraries used to be quite commonplace.