Free Disc Burner

Free Disc Burner 3.0.64.721

A simple burning tool for CD, DVD and Blu-Ray

Sometimes all you need to burn a disc is a simple tool that does what it says on the tin, like Free Disc Burner. View full description

PROS

  • Easy to use
  • Support for Blu-Ray
  • Works with rewritable discs as well

CONS

  • Toolbar is useless: most buttons are just links to other apps from the same developer

Not bad
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Sometimes all you need to burn a disc is a simple tool that does what it says on the tin, like Free Disc Burner.

With Free Disc Burner you can burn CD, DVD and Blu-Ray discs, with support for a wide variety of formats: recordable discs, rewritable discs, dual layer discs and all the possible combinations of +R and –R you can think of. Free Disc Burner can work with multi-session discs and is BurnProof and JustLink compatible. It includes also a tool to erase rewritable discs.

Though Free Disc Burner is designed to be a simple, easy-to-use burning tool, my opinion is that its usability could have been improved a bit. Using a simple program doesn't mean we have to give up on having a proper interface, with a double-pane window to select files and a more usable toolbar.

Free Disc Burner is a basic burning tool that helps you record custom CD, DVD and Blu-Ray discs.

Burn any files and folders to any discs with Free Disc Burner!

Burn any files and folders (data) to any discs with Free Disc Burner! The program features new burning engine. The interface is simple and easy-to-use. It writes multi-session discs (there is a possibility to write up files to the same disc), lets you erase information from a disc, supports CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, burns .ISO (disc archive) files. Free Disc Burner contains no spyware or adware. I's clearly free and absolutely safe to install and run.
Free Disc Burner

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Free Disc Burner 3.0.64.721

— User reviews — about Free Disc Burner

  • tanveerahmedmb

    by tanveerahmedmb

    "OK"

    Its very very basic compared to other products like Nero, Ashmpoo. We feel almost as if we are using a very old burning ... More.

    reviewed on February 10, 2010