BurnAware products allow users to burn CD, DVD and BD discs with data, audio and video in a simple and hassle-free manner. These disc burning tools are intended for users seeking balanced, lightweight and easy to use burning tools for everyday use.
BurnAware Premium is a CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc burning and copying software designed specifically for users who need additional functionality, besides disc burning, such as disc-to-disc copying, audio track extraction or data recovering.
Yes - 10 day timeout
- Added new method of data size calculation
- Added option to switch FileBrowser layout (View menu) between vertical or horizontal
- Added option to skip folder size calculation (View menu) to speed up folder opening
- Updated translations
- Improved performance while browsing content of compilation
- Improved performance after burn in DVD and MP3 compilations
- Fixed bug with translation of registration details in About
- Fixed bug with incorrect data size calculation
Reviewing 6.8 (Dec 1, 2013)
Reviewing 3.2 (Apr 22, 2011)
After dumping Nero I tried both Ashampoo and BurnAware. BurnAware is by far the best out of the three. Ashampoo is written in Java and has wrecked too many disks while Nero is bloated and can only be used on one computer per license. BurnAware is light on the resources, the GUI is clean, and it doesn't make coasters out of my disks.
Reviewing 3.0.3 (Aug 17, 2010)
I tried this program a while back, and it was "Just OK". It's in constant development, so I gave it another spin. During installation, I had to dodge attempts at changing my browser's home page, and installing junk programs like Ask. The GUI is simple, which I like , but not so attractive. The feature set is actually pretty good. The first thing I tried was making a music CD. It went through the motions, and finished very quickly. Unfortunately, the "burned" disk wouldn't play, so I didn't test any further. I use Win7-64, so it may work for you. Fortunately, it seems to have uninstalled cleanly.
Reviewing 3.0 Beta 10 (May 13, 2010)
I have no problems burning .CDA files. Getting high quality burns is somewhat of a black art. Go to your burner's website and install the latest firmware for your device. I have used the free edition for some years now and strongly recommend this over those full featured bloated packages.
Reviewing 2.3.7 (Mar 14, 2010)
The free edition is fine, but don't pay for the cd copy function. I got burned and not the CD. Stay AWAY
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