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Simplicity rather than sophistication,
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I bought Nero Burn Express for my girlfriend after she complained about the lack of a simple tool for burning backups to DVD/CD. This suite from Nero fits the bill perfectly - it has a good pedigree being built around the Nero "burning engine" but with clear, straightforward functionality and no frills. Its only party trick that I can see so far, is that it can encrypt and password discs that you are burning.
This is a straightforward, basic product with a good user interface, but, by design, it may not be feature rich enough for the more sophisticated user (for who it is not designed anyway). We are very pleased with Burn Express and it works faultlessly. If I had a slight gripe it is that for a basic product, Burn Express is quite expensive, and, costs only marginally less than the full Nero Multimedia Suite but then you know that when you buy it!
In summary, Burning Express delivers exactly what it says it will, it's very easy to use and effective. Recommended.
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Initial post: 13 Sep 2012 19:57:33 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Oct 2013 11:04:56 BDT
People should try CDBurnerXP (updated to work on 7 and 8 despite the name!) for a basic and reliable burner. It burns data, audio and ISO to CD, DVD and Blu-Ray. It also prints cd covers. It's very lightweight (the reason I've never been tempted back to bloated commercial products), and I've used it for years without having any errors burning or reading data years after. Note, if you wish to use it for disc spanning (ie: burning 20gig of photos to several DVDs without having to do each disc separately) simply add all your files to burn and click burn. You will see an option for spanning and can choose to either keep files together or use as few discs as possible. You can also choose to add a TOC for each disc (a text file) to print out and keep with your disc archive.
Oh and it's free!
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