best CD Burner??
12 Sep 06
DeepBurner is an advanced and powerful CD and DVD burning package. It removes the hassle of making CDs, DVDs, and auto runs. DeepBurner supports a wide range of internal and external (USB 2.0 and FireWire) CD and DVD writers. Burn any data, copy any disc, make backups, and make ISO CDs with this very easy to handle software. Added: save as dialog for saving DBR files, width of the tree-view parts of windows is now being remembered. Improved: session selection dialog now shows all sessions without horizontal scroll bars. Fixed: horizontal scrollbars appearing in the message window when they aren't suppose to, vertical scrolling in the message window now shows the latest events last when minimizing, bug with reappearing elements in the Tools menu, disappearing font attributes in the Print Label feature, bug when CD label remained unchanged after loafing of previously saved DBR files with different CD label info. Version 1.8 adds Simulation burning feature and ability to select a number of copies before recording a CD/DVD. This free program lets you create data and audio CDs from files on your computer. After a fairly quick installation, DeepBurner launches and asks whether you want to create an audio or data CD or burn an ISO image. The program's design strongly resembles Windows Explorer. You can browse your computer in the right pane to find files, then drag and drop them into the left pane to queue for burning. The burning process is pretty fast, although the lack of burn-proof and data-verification actions means you might want to use re-recordable disks in case the program doesn't work for your setup. Despite an underdeveloped feel, DeepBurner works fine for most uses, especially considering that it costs nothing. http://www.download.com/deepburner-free/...