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Nero BurnLite 10: Free burning ROM from Nero

Nero just released a new free version of burning software called Nero BurnLite 10. Like its previous version, this version also a restricted version contains simply data burning and disc copying features for CDs and DVDs.

Even though there are several similar applications, many people still rely on Nero, because it is one of the most capable applications in its field.

Note: You can’t install Nero BurnLite on Windows XP SP2; it requires Windows XP 3, Vista or Windows 7.

Moreover, the free version comes bundled with unnecessary Ask browser Toolbar, which is pre-checked, so take care while installing.

As I said it is a restricted version, additional features and functionality are available with an upgrade to Nero Burning ROM or Nero Multimedia Suite 10.

You can free download NeroBurnLite at source.


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