Windows comes with a version of Roxio. I was wondering if there is any CD Burning software out there that acts more like Internet Explorer. Let me explain. The way Roxio works, you copy the file to a temporary location on your hard drive, then you hit burn, then it ejects your CD. If you erase the CD - once again it ejects. If you just add one file, once again it ejects and it also has to rename the Drive. It would be nice if there were some kind of burning software where you just paste the file to the CD and it automatically starts burning it (supposing it's a CDRW where you've already given it name an all). Then it would leave the CD in there (wouldn't eject or anything, and later on you could add another file, once again it would do it automatically - again not asking for a rename of the CD or ejecting it. Then later if you chose to delete something from the CD, it would just delete it and not go through the long rename and eject process. The idea is to treat the CDRW almost on the level of a hard drive. Although it is slower, does have some differences, CDRWs can be treated close to how floppy drives and hard drives are treated because they can read, write, and rewrite. My question is are there any CD Burning programs that have actually done this method?