I am sort of new to dotTech and I've been reading about so many cool deals that it istaking almost all of my 'free' time.
I took advantage of the Ashampoo Burning Studio 2010 Ashraf wrote about a while back. It was better than the commercial burner I purchased less than a year ago for $49!
They subsequently sent me an email offer to upgrade to Ashampoo Burning Studio 9 for $10. And I did.
I figured it would only cost me a little to see if I was a lot gullible. It's great!
It has loads of capabilities presented simply enough that I can learn and use them. I didn't even know what a light scribe drive was; and I didn't know I had one. The burning studio pointed out the link to download the software and it installed and ran flawlessly.
It's just a playful little thing maybe, and it takes time, but it's nice to label backups and discs for the family. I always worried a bit about something I read in the old LangaList newsletter about permanent markers degrading discs over time.
Now I get to worry about burning the top of a disc degrading the data on the bottom.
Anyway thanks again dotTech and forum folks.
Oh No! I've been borged and assimilation is imminent!
I think you have to buy a special 'colored' lightscribe disc… so far I've just tried the regular bland ones; because they cost slightly more than a 'regular' generic dvd+-… and the ones with color backgrounds are a little more yet.
The freebie templates I've burned so far are a sort of charcoal brown; which is just fine for me because
I'm more interested in getting a text directory listing on them.
I'm sure my kids will want the 'pretty' ones; but I'll delay that as long as possible.
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