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CD Burner XP 4.0.024.439 – Free CD/DVD Burner

by James 22 November 2008 3 Comments

Most of the CD/DVD burning software cost a lot of cash. The most popular is Nero Burning Rom, it’s a good program, but it costs about 60 Euro. There is a way to burn CDs and DVDs for free, and that’s CD Burner XP. Not as fancy as Nero, but it doesn’t cost a thing. And it’s valuable freeware.

If you open the program you’ll see this screen, where you can choose which type of CD/DVD you want to burn.


As you can see, there are only two options: data CD/DVD and Audio CD. So there’s no fancy DVD-Video option. So far so good, then you can easily drag and drop the files or folders that you want to burn and you’re ready to go.


The most interesting thing I found in CD Burner XP is the option to save a copy of the disc as an .iso file, or you can convert .iso files to .bin or .nrg.
Another important aspect is that the program can burn HD-DVD and BluRay discs, and that’s a good thing to have for free.
Let’s recap the key features:
* burn all kinds of discs
* audio-CDs with or without gaps between tracks
* burn and create ISO files
* data verification after burning process
* create bootable discs
* multi-language interface
* bin/nrg → ISO converter, simple cover printing and much more!
* Operating Systems: Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista

After playing around with it for a while I can say this is the best CD/DVD burning option you can have for free. Download it from here.

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If you have any trouble with this software just leave a comment, I’ll help you out!

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  • Redwinder said:

    Thanks for liking my blog!, since you placed a link to my blog i did the same, its on the right column, in the “other freeware sites” section.

    so how did you found my blog?, google?.

    btw how did you put the digg buttons on your site?, i dunno how.

    also try to not get too crazy with the ads, i had one that replaced your entire blog with a big ad that could only be skipped by pressing a “skip ad” button. that sort of stuff tends to annoy people.

    i like the look of your blog, keep up the good work.

  • Johnny Karp said:

    Thanks for the feedback and the link!
    I found your blog via google blogsearch if I remember correctly.
    As for the digg button, you could try the tutorial I found here
    As for the ads, I’m trying to experiment all sorts of ads now (including full page ads – kinda annoying, I agree). But I want to see how they go for a moth or so and then decide which way to go.
    Thanks again, I hope we’ll keep in touch. Cheers.

  • Infrared Camera : said:

    dvd burners these days are very cheap, i hope that blue ray burners will become cheaper too _

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