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Burn CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray with a Full-Featured DVD Burner
Home Computers & Technology Multimedia
By: Nick J. Jones Email Article
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For many casual computer users, the inclusion of a DVD burner in all of the more recent editions of Windows was very welcome indeed. However, many users quickly found this feature to be limited, instead ending up using third-party programs. While there are plenty of good DVD burner applications out there, many of them lack a few features which, to many, are essential. Such features include the complete lack of support for things such as Unicode file names. Other things lacking include a command line option or support for certain types of optical media. Fortunately, there is a solution which overcomes these shortcomings found in many DVD burner programs. This software is called Active@ Data Burner.

Active@ Data Burner provides users with the features that they need to enjoy maximum functionality and versatility without having to pay a whole lot of money for it. One of its unique features is its full support for Unicode file names. The majority of the world does not use the Latin alphabet as its primary script and having to rename all of your files so that you can copy them to optical media is nothing but a major hassle. If, for example, you have a folder full of photos in Chinese file names, your average DVD burner won't be able to recognize you. A lot of software won't even warn you, leading you to believe that the files have still been copied to the disk. Thinking this, you might then delete them, finding that you've lost the whole lot. No more does this absurd restriction have to be a problem. Whether you have French, Spanish, Russian or any other characters in the file and folder names, Active@ Data Burner will be able to burn all of your data to CD, DVD or Blu-ray without any restrictions.

Active@ Data Burner provides a user-friendly interface that does not demand a steep learning curve. The software is easy to use straight out of the box for even the more novice among users. More advanced users can also take advantage of the wider range of features provided by this solution, such as the ability to select advanced data transport options. A command line is also provided for those who prefer to work with commands rather than a graphical user interface instead. This provides a potentially extremely powerful solution for more experienced users.

Active@ Data Burner is available for the modest price of $34.95. You can purchase it online at ntfs.com/DVD_data_burner.htm. If you prefer to evaluate software before you purchase it, then you can download the completely free version. While the free version has a 500 MB data burning limit for each job, it does give you the opportunity to fully evaluate the features of the full version and you'll be able to see just how much it offers over the standard solution natively included in Windows. The site also provides further information such as support, system requirements and an overview of the software's features. Get Active@ Data Burner today and see just how much more you can do!

Nick J. Jones uses a DVD burner which supports international file names due to the multilingual work place in which he is based.

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