Sunday, 26 June 2016
From days of Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP CD/DVD burners and writers were only coming out on the market and computer users were required to install additional software, which will allow them to burn CD and DVD disks. Disk writing software like Nero was included for free with the CD/DVD burner you could buy for your desktop computer or included on new laptop. Modern Windows operating system like Windows 7, Vista, Windows 8 and Windows 10 already have built in support for burning CD / DVD music, data and video disks. Users can use included Windows Media Player to rip and burn music CDs.
Under Windows 7 to burn audio CDs insert CD disk in disk drive and in Windows Media Player open Burn tab, drag music files you want to burn. The blue bar shows how much space left on the disk. Once files are selected click Start burn to start recording on the disk.
Data CDs / DVDs can be burned directly from Windows Explorer. Disk image files with ISO extension can be burned using right mouse click on the file and selecting "Burn disk image".
If you still require more features than the basic functions to burn disks look through available free and commercial applications available on sites like filehippo.