It’s fair to say that disc burning tools is one thing that is hardly in short supply, so it’ would be natural to wonder why another might be needed. While there are all manner of advanced burning suite available, anyone starting out in disc burning for the first time tends to get forgotten. This is something that Hamster Free Burning Studio aims to address, bringing the option to create and copy discs to everyone.
The interface is the first thing you will notice about the app – it is far from being the complex and often confusing beast that Nero has become – it is just delightfully simple. Despite this apparent simplicity, you can use the program to create CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays using your own files or ISO images, or you can create direct copies of discs.
Switch to ‘compact mode’ and this are just about as simple as you could expect them to get. A disc shaped window appears and lets you know what type and capacity of disc you are working with, and you can then simply drag and drop files into place. Hit the burn button when you’re ready and everything is taken care of for you.
There are five different color themes to choose from, and while this may not be a deal-breaking for many people looking for a disc burning tool, for those taking their first tentative steps into disc creation, this is one extra touch that helps to make Hamster Free Burning Studio that little bit more appealing.
You can find out more and download a free copy of the program by paying a visit to the Hamster Free Burning Studio review page.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk