The fairly simple interface makes it a breeze to use for even the most inexperienced user, although it should be said that some users have mentioned that the interface has some confusing aspects. Hmm, I don’t see it.
I have burned dozens of CDs/DVDs in the last year using this free application, and in every case, CDBurnerXP did the job flawlessly.
If you’re looking for a free CD/DVD burner application to do what it says it will do, with an easy to work with interface, then CDBurnerXP could be the program you’ve been looking for.
The following screen captures illustrate just how “one click simple” it is to burn an ISO for example, using CDBurnerXP.
Now, how hard is that?
Burn audio-CDs with, and without gaps between tracks
Burn on the fly (you don’t have to image the disc in advance)
Rip Audio-CDs to a Hard Drive
Obtains track-information (ID3-tags) from the Internet
Burn and create ISO-files
Create bootable discs
Customizable with many settings
Data verification after burn,
Simple cover printing
Supports most IDE, USB, FireWire and SCSI drives
Free – (for both personal and corporate use)
No adware, malicious components, or restrictions
System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Win 7 (64 bit compatible)
Additional Requirements: .NET Framework 2.0
Download at: Cdburnerxp
Bonus: A portable version of this application is also available. Click on “more download options”, on the download page.
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