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Currently I have Roxio EM7. Love the features, especially the "Drag To Disc" portion. Especially the fact that I can get rid of all the garbage that Xp has on it to do the same thing, but in a very confusing manner...

 

Anyways, I was wondering if 9 had the same function, and if so, did it have it's own little tray Icon, or if it's like alot of features I hear people hollering about not being included.

 

A lot of times, I will drag pictures directly onto the recorder, I very rarely use the fancier stuff like slide show for just pics.

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Currently I have Roxio EM7. Love the features, especially the "Drag To Disc" portion. Especially the fact that I can get rid of all the garbage that Xp has on it to do the same thing, but in a very confusing manner...

 

Anyways, I was wondering if 9 had the same function, and if so, did it have it's own little tray Icon, or if it's like alot of features I hear people hollering about not being included.

 

A lot of times, I will drag pictures directly onto the recorder, I very rarely use the fancier stuff like slide show for just pics.

Drag to Disc was last included in EMC 9. It was dropped starting with v10, so it is not included in either EMC 10 or Creator 2009 (which is the one I think you are actually asking about). Probably because Vista includes it's own packet writing functionality.

 

I'm not sure what you meant in your first paragraph about XP garbage, but if you were referring to the built in ability of XP to burn data CD's, that method uses session burning, as opposed to packet writing (like Drag to Disc), and is actually more reliable and universally standard than any packet writing is.

 

If you are using drag to disc as a means to 'back up' what you are putting on those discs, then you should know that you are taking a high risk of loosing the data. Using EMC 7's Creator Classic or XP's built in burning capability (session writing) is what is recommended. Drag to disc is fine for temporary storage of data.

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