True Burner 2.1

True Burner

True Burner is simple, but powerful burning software, which enables you to make and burn standard, multisession and bootable CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc with various file systems, including ISO 9660 and UDF. With True Burner you can create Data and MP3 Discs, DVD-Video.

Key Features

  • Create and burn standard and multisession Data CD/DVD/Blu-ray
  • Create and burn bootable CD and DVD
  • Create and burn MP3 Discs and DVD-Video
  • Erase rewritable and erasable media
  • Verify written data

Key Benefits

  • Easy-to-use, intuitive user interface
  • Low CPU resource usage during any process, including burning
  • Free for personal use and for any non-commercial organization
  • Supports CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD+R DL, BD-R/RE
  • Supports all types of CD/DVD/Blu-ray Recorders

What's new in this version:

  • Added new burning engine.
  • Added feature to check for update.
  • Added menu for common burning settings.
  • Optimized burning engine.
  • Improvements to burning and caching processes.
  • Fixed the bug with menus Erase and Disc Info.
  • Fixed the bug with importing sessions.
  • Some minor fixes applied.

Note: The program includes 3rd party (AVG Security Toolbar - optional) software.

Download: True Burner 2.1 | 7.7 MB (Freeware)
View: True Burner Home page

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I've used ImgBurn and BurnAware quite a bit over the years. I've used CDBurnerXP some too. The one that I use the most by far is BurnAware. There are some things that I need that it does and the others don't. That said, there are a couple of things that ImgBurn will do that BurnAware won't. I never need to use CDBurnerXP. I can do anything I want with BurnAware and ImgBurn. That said, I own all of SlySoft's programs for dealing with my DVDs and Blurays.

Any thoughts on which is best - this, Burnaware, or AnyBurn?
All have issued updates recently, the "market" for freeware software is getting competitive!

I'll add ImgBurn to the pile. I haven't looked at the others mentioned, but ImgBurn hasn't given me any reason to even want to. That's the highest praise I can give it.