Although the free disc burning tools you receive with your new PC enable you to many things with your disc burner, they are often a little cumbersome and full of options you don't really require to simply burn audio or data CDs. If you just want to burn a disc quickly, one of the many free alternatives might be a better option.
FinalBurner 1.10 is a free tool that enables you to do the basic disc burning, quickly. You can also work with ISO images which are often supplied when you obtain a Linux distribution. If you want to share files, you can save your disc as an ISO image rather than zipping your files. FinalBurner has promise, but the interface isn't brilliant. You could also take a look at the free commercial Ashampoo Burning Studio 5.
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