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 Free is a full-fledged, easy-to-use, free burning software which allows users to write all types of files such as digital photos, pictures, archives, images, documents, music and videos to CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.
- New boot image file (DOS 6.22)
- New file sorting method
- Updated disc reading engine (Copy to ISO, Copy Disc)
- Improved Span Disc tool and ASPI initialization
- Improved user interface for standard DPI resolution
- Updated icons and translations
- Resolved problem with reading data from boot disc
- Fixed possible bug with adding big files >2 GB
- Fixed bug with file name length in Joliet/ISO compilations
- Minor bug fixes and improvements
Reviewing 10.1 (Mar 17, 2017)
Decent and good for med level users. (Advanced users should get imgburn)
For those concerned about unwanted payloads, go to their home page (click on any of the Burnaware links) and then scroll down to bottom of page. The last sentence of the paragraph contains a link to "no optional offers" version.
Also you can download free version without optional offers.
Reviewing 9.0 (Mar 24, 2016)
No more OpenCandy
Reviewing 8.6 (Nov 13, 2015)
it's good but i got problems in continue multisession disks
Reviewing 7.4 (Sep 24, 2014)
Reviewing 7.2 (Jul 5, 2014)
Common for freeware programs of this kind, BurnAware comes with an advertisement-based installer by OpenCandy. Installing this program should be done with the utmost care.
This little app is sneaking up on ImgBurn. I think the average geek would prefer ImgBurn, but the average computer user would probably prefer Burn Aware.