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Post #11 by Tron » 5 years ago

Yup...... I learned Nero and stuck with that..... Then I worked for Alcohol 120 for a few years, so I had to use our software!.... I will have to try out this Imgburn! Will it do multidisc burns?
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Post #12 by rogerroger90 » 5 years ago

"Tron" wrote:Yup...... I learned Nero and stuck with that..... Then I worked for Alcohol 120 for a few years, so I had to use our software!.... I will have to try out this Imgburn! Will it do multidisc burns?



And what did you think of Alcohol 120????
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Post #13 by Tron » 5 years ago

It was a good software in it's day, but to be honest, I find that I dont need it much anymore.... First of all I dont really copy protected software much anymore, for that matter I hardly burn DVDs anymore...... :shrug:
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Post #14 by ripper007 » 5 years ago

I stopped using Easy cd creator at version 7.5. what a waist of money. some of the features I liked they took out with the newer versions.

Nero works good, but I got tired of it.

Alcohol120, was great. like Tron, I dont back up stuff like I use to.
I ave not used Clone Cd in years.

I started using [size=-1]Cheetah DVD Burner - Burn Audio, Data and ISO Discs.

now, most of the time, I fall back to [/size]
Imgburn.

for linux. I use K3b. K3b is a comfortable CD/DVD writing suite for Linux/KDE

I only use windows for very few things now.

I wished that WinAMP would be made for linux.
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Post #15 by freonchill » 5 years ago

"ripper007" wrote:I wished that WinAMP would be made for linux.


winamp in wine?
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Post #16 by ripper007 » 5 years ago

maybe? will give that a try. I do use wine for a couple of programs.
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Post #17 by cajun crawdaddy » 5 years ago

I have used them all and found poweriso to be about as simple as any and has never failed me.

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