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Free DVD Burning Software

Posted by rockcut1 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 3, 11 at 3:15

I'm looking for a Free and easy to use Software package for
Burning Digital Pictures on to a DVD=R Disk. Thanks
I run Windows 7 Home Premium.


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RE: Free DVD Burning Software

The link below provides information on just such an offer. It's from a well respected site that I've used for a long time. You don't have to take my word for it. If you like, you can join the site for free and seek out additional information and do the same here at GW.

If you are capable of following the instructions provided, you'll have a very fine piece of burning software which I find very easy to use. I don't use the other programs included in the offer. If you decide to take advantage of this, I strongly suggest that you create a junk email address (if you don't already have one) and use that during the signup process because you will get regular emails from this company offering additional software. You are under no obligation to buy...but they will send the emails. It's just a part of their business model.

Here is a link that might be useful: DSL Reports


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RE: Free DVD Burning Software

Windows 7 does that.

Click Start, All programs, Windows DVD maker and off you go.


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Take a look at filehippo.com on the right column. Some of the offerings are full featured, some are lite editions, and some are time-dated demos. All for free.

DA


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RE: Free DVD Burning Software

Thanks Azinoh & Owbist: I got the Windows 7 DVD working, I

may have selecting the "Power To Go" Package by accident.

Sorry it took me so long to get back to Thank You Guys, I

have a Family Member in the Hospital. Many Thanks again.

Frank


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