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Bob1320

Easy Cd & Dvd Burning Question

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"Burning Question" get it? Sorry, LOL.

 

I have one computer that I use for programming and to burn CD's and print CD labels. I've been using the "Classic Creator" in Easy Creator 6 for many years and it does all that I need and more. However, I'm upgrading the machine to Vista Ultimate and need something compatible with Vista.

 

I do not need any "extras" and cannot stand bloated software. I just want to be able to create various CD projects/labels and save those "project lists" and labels to be used over and over in the future.

 

Will this "Easy CD & DVD Burning" software do this, or will I need to purchase one of the bloated versions? :mellow:

 

Recommendations would be welcome.

 

Thanks,

 

Bob

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If all you want is a label making program, why don't you buy one? I use "Sure Thing". It is the basis for the labeling programs in Roxio versions but much, much more. Yes, it reads the disc and it will do the contents label.

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Thanks Sknis. What I'd really like is a new version of Roxio Classic Creator for Vista and Win 7. I was hoping that Easy CD & DVD Burning was something like that. I can always get a separate label program, but the CD creation and the ability to save those projects is the first goal. Having both functions working together was nice and simple. I just downloaded a bloated trial version of Easy Media Creator 9 and cannot believe the size of the thing and the mess it made of my Windows Registry. And, there were many errors during the install. So, I have to remove it and restore my registry. Taking a look at BurnAware which is probably all I need along with a label maker like you suggest.

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You downloaded a free (probably pirated) piece of software and expect it to work right without any malware? I have a bridge to sell you (old joke)!

 

(Deleted remarks about Vista and your computer) Sorry.

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"Upgrading to Vista"???

 

I'll joke about that as no one in their right mind would consider that an upgrade when it is 4 OS's out of production :lol:

 

Creator Classic sadly went away some years ago... Creator 2012 is probably the best and most versatile of the bunch. It is even backward compatible with Vista. ECD Burning does not include Creator Classic either.

 

Nobody worries about "bloat" since we no longer measure RAM in KBs or HDDs in MBs! it is a moot point.

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