Saturday, April 11, 2009


Optical drives have progressed a long way in the past few years, and you can now easilypurchase DVD writers that are capable of burning 9GB of data to a disk for an insignificantamount of money. Even if you don't plan on watching or copying DVDs on your computer, it isstill worth purchasing a burner for their superior backup capabilities.When purchasing a DVD writer, you will want one that is capable of burning both the '+' and '-'standards, and they should also be Dual Layer compatible. This will ensure that you can burn toalmost all recordable DVDs currently on the market (the other major format, DVD-RAM isalmost unused, for the most part, so don't worry about it).

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