Burning discs has become so fundamental to computing that practically every computer produced in the last decade has a disc burner of some sort built in. But in order to make use of your burner, you’re going to need some suitable software.
Windows includes some very basic support for disc burning, but if you want to do much more than copy files from your hard drives onto a recordable disc, you’re going to have to look elsewhere. The software that is supplied with CD, DVD and Blu-ray recorders is often complicated and packed with endless features you’ll never use.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 is a user friendly burning tool that strikes the perfect balance between ease of use and depth of features.
We’re giving away a free copy of the application, worth $49.99, so you can venture in the world of disc creation without having to break the bank or spending too much time learning to use complex options.
Despite the absence of a price tag, you’ll undoubtedly be impressive by the power of the program. In addition to support for CD creation, you can also use the software to burn your own DVDs and Blu-ray discs – if you are using Ashampoo Burning Suite to create compilation or any other type of disc, there are handy tools available to enable you to design and print custom covers with ease.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 is a fast and simple disc burning suite
You also have the option of creating images of existing discs, or burning images you alreasdy have onto the appropriate type of disc. A great use for recordable media such as DVD-R discs is backing up your data, and Ashampoo Burning Suite 2012 has a simple but effective backup tool built in to allow you to do just this. Among the suite other handy tools include a CD ripping option, and the ability to create movie discs from pre-prepared folders.
To get your full, free version of Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012, simply head to our download page, download a copy of the software, and request a unique serial code.
Note, this offer is only valid for 48 hours starting at 11am Friday, 9th March 2012. You must activate your software during this promotional period.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk