Burning Data to a DVD in Windows XP

Windows XP gives us an accessible way to burn data and audio files to a CD. In fact, burning data to a CD can be done right from Windows Explorer. Audio CDs are burned with the help of Windows Media Player, which can be a bit more confusing for someone using a screen reader, but it can be done nevertheless.

One of the most frustrating things that still remains for Windows XP is that you can't burn data directly to a DVD. This is very unfortunate because of the amount of storage space on a DVD. Well, the folks at MiniDVDSoft.com are out to change this with a FREE program.

Free DVD Burner is an ideal tool to burn data DVD/CDs. It can easily burn files onto most DVD/CD discs such as CD-R,CD-RW,DVD-R,DVD+R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW.

With Free DVD Burner, you can use a screen reader and burn DVD/CDs from files and folders for backing up your data on DVD/CD. Free DVD Burner allows you to burn data DVD/CDs in a few minutes and it's completely FREE. Simply select the files and folders you want to put on a DVD/CD and press the "Start Burn" button and let the program do the rest.

Click this link to download Free DVD Burner from http://www.minidvdsoft.com/dvdburner.

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