Alright, I know this will be a noob question, but here goes: I just recently installed Windows 2000 Pro (from Windows XP Home). Now, in XP, I was used to the built in Roxio cd-rw software in Windows XP that enabled me to just send files to the CD-RW drive. I see that with 2000Pro, there is no built in cd-rw software built into the OS. Therefore, I have come to the following conclusion: I will definately need to add Burning software (i.e., Nero, Adaptec, Roxio, etc) in order to be able to burn CDs in 2000 Pro. Is this accurate? I guess, in the end, I miss the fact that I can right click on files and send it straight to the cd-rw, and apparently that is not an option in Win2k. Thanks for the time!