Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Tuffgong4, Dec 28, 2003.
ok so here goes...
ROxio or nero
what do you guys think
Nero has been pretty reliable for me. Yes it's bloated, but has always worked well for me. I guess if it works for you, why fight it.
Burnatonce, never fails, small, free.
Well, I've been using Nero for a while now, and have grown quite accustomed to it.
Burning programs I use regularly:
Nero (5.x.x.x, and 6.x.x.x)
EAC (especially good if you have a plextor drive YMMV with other drives)
CDRWin (Goldenhawk 3.8+)
Foobar2000 (uses installed Nero engine)
From my experience, I think Nero (5.x.x.x and/or 6.x.x.x) is good. But I have also tried CloneCD and it is good too.
Just cant beat Nero
Nero too. Like the express and advanced option.
Avoid Roxio. It's always been quirky for me.
Since you don't need DVD support Nero 5.x is fine and has a lot less bloat to deal with.
CloneCD is ok for duplicating disks but it is falling behind in the copy protection/backup wars. Alcohol 120 is the latest and will copy just about everything.