Cheetah CD Burner 4.15
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- FILE SIZE:
- 15.6 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Cheetah Websites Inc
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- C: \ CD/DVD Tools \ Data CD/DVD Burning
Especially tailored to help you create multiple types of discs on the fly, Cheetah CD Burner is based on a simple interface with drag and drop support to set up new projects without wasting any time.
Simple setup and clean GUI
In order to start creating discs, you are required to go through an installation process. This proves to run quite smoothly, as it does not come bundled with any unpleasant surprises and it does not last longer than a few moments.
The GUI you come by is quite intuitive and minimal, as it only consists of a menu bar, a few buttons and two side-by-side panes which enable you to select items through a folder structure and view all items that are about to be burned to a disc.
Choose from multiple compilation types and parameters to configure
When you start a new compilation, the program offers you several choices so you can opt for creating a new data disc, an MP3, WMA or audio disc, burn an ISO file or create a disk image, or simply copy a disc.
The configuration should take only a couple of moments since there are only a handful of options, such as automatically verifying items or performing a test burn.
Keeping these settings to a minimum is a good thing especially for less experienced users who simply need to put some data from the PC onto a disc as quickly as possible.
Performance and conclusion
A great thing about this tool is that it remains light on computer resources all the time, although this kind of applications tend to eat up the CPU and RAM, especially during the burning process. The interface is simple to handle for all users and we did not come across any errors, bugs or hangs.
To sum things up, Cheetah CD Burner is a decent application that does its job very well. It is easy to operate, works fast and will not clog your system as it burns the discs.
Cheetah CD Burner was reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on July 9th, 2014
Runs on: Windows All
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