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  • 5.0 stars

    "Excellent Burning Software!"

    July 15, 2012  |   By Abro86

    Pros

    First off I'm a total tech geek and I like watching the advanced screens and seeing actual progress, this software satisfies that urge. Plenty of information flowing to your eyeballs from different windows. I also found it worked better than I expected for the actual physical burning process, choosing the burn speed and other options actually work well.

    Cons

    It's not very pretty but it gets the job done and it'd fairly functional. Could be a little more intuitive.

    Summary

    After playing around with other burning software programs I got fed up with the BS and free trials that limit writing to 300 to 700 MB. I just needed something to get the job done now after a long day. ImgBurn did the trick and now I'll be way more likely to recommend them to others. It's not pretty or super intuitive but I ike the functionality and how well, and how quickly it worked.

    On a side note before this I tried BurnAware and it was sheer junk, it ate 3 discs and I never even got one complete disc. So just stick with this instead.

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  • Reply by tiltmonster on February 10, 2013

    Yep! full of crap. Exactly as others have stated. Even though the opening screen forces you to allow a trojan spyware coupon program; it does much more. It hijacks and changes your home page address in the browser, installs MIXIDJ toobar, and takes you to their sight as the home page. I also got Iminent which is an emoticon sight, loaded into programs, and something called "price Gong" perhaps the coupon malware. Defender took care of that. Iminent finally removed after a restart in Remove programs. MixiDJ also was removable under Remove programs; then removing the add-on in browser; and resetting all browser settings, and redoing all your personal settings. No telling what else is on here, stuck in registry, or else.

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