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    Have something to say about BurnAware Premium? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than BurnAware Premium, post it here! If you know of issues with BurnAware Premium, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

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    Not high DPI-aware, therefore has tiny, tiny user interface, difficult to use on my setup (Windows 7 with display set at 150 %, XP-style DPI-scaling = Yes).

    Very unfortunate, because otherwise I like very much the lean, clean and obvious approach of the user interface. The same company has a seemingly interesting pdf conversion and management software, PDF Shaper, which does not suffer that drawback. I hope they take a leaf off their own book sometime in the future.

    #6499696 Reply | Quote

    Thanks Ashraf for another useful giveaway.
    Best regards

    #6501548 Reply | Quote

    They use the word STANDARD quite a lot in all the reviews and description and I mean a lot. So since I have a DL (Dual layer) burning dvd setup can I use this? Again you see THIS a lot > burning standard CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray


    #6503573 Reply | Quote

    Many Thanks. It will be a great help

    Thanks again

    #6512961 Reply | Quote

    Pleasant visual interface, intuitive operation, and impressive features.

    These features makes BurnAware Premium a recording program that every computer lover

    would like to have. I’m going to test it now, just to see if he keeps his promises.

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