If you are looking for CDBurnerXP, you have come to the right place. We explain what CDBurnerXP is and point you to the official download.
What is CDBurnerXP?
The CDBurnerXP is a free application which is a great alternative to commercial software used to burn CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray discs, and also supports HD-DVDs. As well as being available in several languages that a user can choose from the options, it also supports the ability to create ISOs or disc images from optical discs, and while most other free software (also known colloquially as freeware) use ad support or other such methods to support itself, the CDBurnerXP doesn’t have this. It’s lightweight, totally free for both personal and business use, and performs just as well, sometimes even better, than commercial applications of this type. It is available for Windows computers from Windows 2000 and up.
The CDBurnerXP has several key features that make it an attractive program for those trying to save on their backup and storage needs. It can burn all kinds of discs, such as bootable discs and audio CDs with or without gaps in-between tracks (useful if you want to create a “non-stop” music mix), burn disc images or create one from a specific disc, data verification after burning or disc image generation, and a disc image format converter that can convert BIN or NRG files to ISOs or vice-versa, and much more.
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File types supported by CDBurnerXP
About file types supported by CDBurnerXP
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Last updated: : March 8, 2012