Disc Burning Software

United States
July 1, 2009 12:39pm CST
I just restored my computer and now I am having to install all my programs and software back. I had several programs to burn discs but wasn't really happy with any of them so I wanted to see what everyone else had to say before I started installing programs back on my computer and getting it cluttered up. I have used roxio to create music cd's but I don't really like roxio. I especially don't like nero because it is huge and slow and also kinda hard to understand. I something simple but something that will do the job; either a data disc or a music cd. Dvd's are nice but I have something for that so if you know of a program that includes dvd burns then it will be a plus.
2 responses
@LeeHolt (436)
1 Jul 09
Nero isnt slow at all. As for confusing, if you use the Nero Express tool, its much easier to understand. Try Ashampoo Burning Studio. Its a good piece of software. I believe they do have a free model :)
1 person likes this
• United States
1 Jul 09
As for Nero, I don't remember which version I was using but it took up a lot of disc space and seemed to be slow. I don't have a new computer but it isn't that old. I have a 2.0 Gig processor and 1 Gig of ram. I haven't heard of the Ashampoo before. I'm not worried about buying it if it's good. I always like a trial version to test though. Thank you for your response. Especially for the info on the Ashampoo software.
@LeeHolt (436)
1 Jul 09
No worries, let me know how you get on.
@dhugoi (315)
• Philippines
6 Sep 09
Nero is a nice software for burning CD, speed of burning are dependent from the speed of the drive itself. if you think that nero is huge, you can install it on custom option, in which you can select what you want to install and discard that you will never use.