Linux.com: Review: NeroLINUX 2.0
Apr 06, 2005, 10:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"There's a growing trend for traditionally Windows-centric
software companies to release Linux versions of their products.
Nero AG recently decided to jump on the bandwagon by releasing a
Linux port of their very popular CD burning software. In this
review I'll take a look at what it offers and how it compares to
K3b, an established Linux CD writing application.
"There are other CD burning programs for Windows, but Nero has
the 'it just works' reputation. When I heard about their Linux port
I was pleasantly surprised and curious as to how it stacked up
against K3b, the open source 'CD Kreator,' which has its own "it
just works" reputation in the Linux world..."