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    Hello,
    I have been using the same computer for almost 20 years (a refurbished Dell...still works fine but can't keep up) and finally got a new one with Windows 10.

    Can anyone recommend a good software program to burn CDs, DVDs and Blu Rays? I don't need to author new videos. Just copy discs and burn folders to discs. Thanks in advance if anyone can help.

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    Check this other thread.
    There are some good recommendations.
    http://yeeshkul.com/forum/showthread...something-else
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    Quote Originally Posted by jokerman View Post
    Hello,
    I have been using the same computer for almost 20 years (a refurbished Dell...still works fine but can't keep up) and finally got a new one with Windows 10.

    Can anyone recommend a good software program to burn CDs, DVDs and Blu Rays? I don't need to author new videos. Just copy discs and burn folders to discs. Thanks in advance if anyone can help.
    I think the best and easiest option, which is free, will be BurnAware. It should do everything you want.
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    Ashampoo is another good option, these versions are fully functional and free (registration is required):

    Ashampoo® Burning Studio 2020
    Ashampoo® Burning Studio FREE

    You can find them under "Download" menu.
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    I would give a big thumbs up to K3B, but you mentioned being captive to a Windows 10 system, so that won't help you.
    Having said that, Nero is a pretty decent affordable software for burning.
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