ImgBurn Review

ImgBurn is a free program available on Windows that provides comprehensive disc burning, image creation and verification features. This lightweight application can easily be installed and works with most modern optical storage media formats – making it an excellent choice for novice as well as advanced users alike.

ImgBurn features an intuitive graphical user interface that makes using it straightforward, supporting many image file formats including BIN, CUE, DI, DVD GI ISO MDS NRG etc. ImgBurn makes burning effortless; all it requires to create discs is selecting your source file, destination disc and burn speed options; ImgBurn also offers advanced options such as splitting/merging images as well as adding files onto them – plus multiple ways of verifying them post-burn – including full disc verification checks ensuring everything was burned correctly!

Another feature of the program is that it automatically identifies and adjusts to the optimal writing speed for every drive, which enables high quality disc production at an accelerated pace, saving both time and errors. Furthermore, this utility can erase corrupted or unreadable discs. In addition to that feature, other useful utilities exist such as bootable disc creation or searching the Internet for firmware updates for your drive.

ImgBurn can do much more than its standard features allow, such as creating backups of system and data files or copying one disk to another. Furthermore, you can use ImgBurn to make ISO images of DVDs so they are easily compatible with DVD players or computers – this feature is particularly handy if you plan on selling old discs or have a computer without an integrated DVD burner.

Important to keep in mind is that, like any software program, ImgBurn may potentially cause issues on your PC if not installed and used correctly. Therefore, we advise using a reliable uninstaller tool and conducting an anti-malware scan to remove all traces of this program from your system.

Overall, ImgBurn is an outstanding disc burning and imaging application capable of handling all common file formats with its straightforward user interface and simple functionality. Available on Windows XP, Vista, 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit) it can easily accommodate novice as well as experienced users alike and is free to try; users may download a trial version which lasts 30 days before having to purchase a license license.

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