Geek Software of the Week: Express Burn
If you are a geek, you sometimes need to burn an ISO image to a CD. Say, you want to install Linux… you can download ISOs but you can’t just “copy” those ISO files to CDs!!! (Believe me, I know some that have actually tried that!) You need a CD burning tool! But tools like Nero Burning ROM aren’t free… and Nero has gotten huge and bloated with features that you don’t need, or want! So, how about a FREE CD burning tool?
Express Burn FREE CD Burning Software
Writes both data CDs (for files) and audio CDs (to be played in CD Players).
Records CD Recordable (CDR) and CD Re-recordable (CDRW) discs.
Support Jolliet and CDA formats.
Data CDs support multilevel folders and long file names.
Audio CDs are recorded with direct digital recording (so perfect audio quality is maintained).
For Audio CDs it supports wav, mp3, wma, au, aiff, ra, ogg, flac, aac and a number of other audio file formats.
Data CDs are fully ISO compliant with Joliet extension.
Includes command line operation for automation and integration with other programs.
Simple, easy to use interface for day-to-day operation.
Be sure to download and use the “freeware” edition.