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About DVD burning software
DVD burning software lets you put files on a writable DVD, or digital versatile disc, or create a duplicate of another DVD. DVDs are optical media that were popular in the 1990s and early 2000s before Blu-ray discs and Internet streaming overtook them.
USB thumb drives have more storage space, and you can move files much faster between them and your PC. Some TVs and set-top devices also have USB ports that let you watch videos or view pictures stored on the drive. If you need a terabyte of space or more, then you'll want an external hard drive that connects to your computer via a USB cable. We recommend USB 3.0 or higher to get good data transfer speeds.
You can also use a free service such Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive to store your files in the cloud, where they can be accessed from almost any computer, Android device, or iOS device that has a connection to the Internet.