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  • December 25, 2012, 08:01 | Posted by Domenic1978

    does not hold a candle to hi-jack this or any type of linux based rescue disk and mse sucks would never instal it on someone i actually liked
  • October 02, 2012, 12:04 | Posted by Baldwin1978

    what a laugh. nviida video drivers and realtek audio drivers have a version every month. makes you think that "gee glad i have them or else my computer wouldn't be able to work w/o them? what's all this about anyway?
  • November 09, 2012, 07:21 | Posted by Pierce1986

    opera's rushed releases shows a real lack of concern over quality. they simply are no longer listening to their loyal users who are reporting more and more bugs and regressions, seemingly in vain.for me, flash video players smear down the page when scrolling and the extension preference over sight(see my 64bit review) are reasons enough for me to not only not upgrade but perhaps begin looking elsewhere
  • April 17, 2013, 09:11 | Posted by Edgar1989

    lol ... 83 euros for pro edition illustrated ... low rating for low value.
  • December 21, 2012, 16:20 | Posted by Randolph1977

    "save maximized sate" is useless. does nothing! :(new website sucks!!
  • September 19, 2012, 19:39 | Posted by Rufus1977

    first, imgburn is not overly complicated. at install and first launch, you get a very clear and concise dialog asking what kind of project you'd like to complete; be it burn an image to disk, or create one etc. it does have the more complicated features for disk mastering for more advanced users, but they're not required as the defaults have never failed me regardless of the task i wish to perform.second, burnaware, while an ok type of app, falls short in some of its functionality and abilty, but can't be totally ignored because it is, after all, free.plumber should focus on a more intelligent and lucid explanation as to why he thinks one program beats another, and leave the passion out of it. slamming other people for their own beliefs simply because they don't fall in line with yours is immature and closed minded. rating a program high because the authors included adding it into the context menu or because they're a friend of yours is simply ridiculous. what other folks are mentioning here is simply this:when you compare this program to others, it doesn't do anything more than the others do besides that context menu thing. i, for one, don't care much about that since i prefer to get into the program itself and do the disk mastering myself. that being said, considering that the other programs are free and this one is not, i would go with the others, and between those two mentioned, imgburn is by far the more powerful and comprehensive. now i did give this program a fair shake and tried it, and quite frankly i am very not impressed with it. it's burner software. it works. so it gets a 3. does it work better? no, so it doesn't get an extra point which would have been a 4. when comparing apples to apples, is it free also? no, there goes the other point that could have brought it up to a 5. so to be clear, it works, but it's not free or as powerful as other free ones, it gets a 3.also, one other thing... take note of the image. right above this program's dialog for burning an image to disk, is windows built in ability to burn an image to disk, which is also (ahem) free. so is one really expected to pay to do something that can be done in literally the same step for free?and i don't know any of the authors to any of the programs.
  • September 23, 2012, 23:26 | Posted by Everard1971

    simply awesome.that would be nice to have a similar wav utility, alas, i have to use full featured applications like audacity.
  • February 22, 2013, 22:08 | Posted by Rodger1974

    name is funny in my lang that means garbageman so i was thinking at first is that a cleaning tool or something. lol
  • April 15, 2013, 21:35 | Posted by Peregrin1983

    very quick, very unbloated. expensive, but maybe a friend has a disc of it.

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