If you have a PC, it is little surprise that you also have a hoard of media and data coming in, especially if you are online and you are a student. Backing things up into external media such as CDs and DVDs is almost like a daily duty. Many people do this to make some space in their hard drives. These days, hardly any work is done without the use of computers, and school/college projects are no exception. So we covered everything like Torrent clients, media players and even partition editors. So we give you the last resort after you fill up your PC with all the goodies that you saw – Media Burning!
K3B is the single most featured packed application for this purpose that you can use for free.
Following reasons here should be enough for you to NOT buy the expensive Nero's Linux offering named unguessably – Nero Linux or switch back to Windows for CD burning.
- Powerful Features
K3B would allow you almost every kind of common or uncommon task that you might be doing with your blank media, which can include audio/video encoding, creating bootable disks, or disks with auto-run or menu functionality, burning stored images, or may be just the plain old data disk.
K3b is an active open source project that is supported by the KDE developer community. Frequently, it gets updates that adds more features and fixes bugs.
- Does your job
What matters the most is that it does what you want it to do in an interface that is familiar and even easy to figure out. You would not miss the dearth of proprietary options offered from companies such as Nero, Roxio or perhaps even the Windows' in-built one...