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Thread: Nero 6 Or Ez Cd 6?

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    Hello everyone, I have tried both Nero and EZ CD 6 and they both seem to work just fine. The only thing is that EZ CD6 takes up over 360MB of space as opposed to Nero barley 26MB.

    Does anyone know what is up with that? Is that the way it should be ... or is is that CD is that much better with many more capabilites?

    Has anyone put the two to a test and compared, or is there a site where we can figure out why so big a discrepency?

    Any help would be appreciated ... inquiring minds want to know!!!




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    If u want to make a choice out of the two mate imo use nero,its got a lot more hardware and help support than escd.

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    CosmoK Posted on 9 September 2003 - 22:04
    If u want to make a choice out of the two mate imo use nero,its got a lot more hardware and help support than escd.



    totally agree




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    Nero is alot better.

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    They are different and as such, have different merits, different uses. They really are not comparable except for their very basic burning abilities.

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    I find that nero dosent take as much resources.

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    i use nero to burn .iso's and bins, ecdc for vcd

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    Originally posted by RobGee@9 September 2003 - 14:24
    [font=Optima]Hello everyone, I have tried both Nero and EZ CD 6 and they both seem to work just fine. The only thing is that EZ CD6 takes up over 360MB of space as opposed to Nero barley 26MB.

    I think you're comparing apples and oranges here.
    I have Roxio and it's only 106MB because I chose not to install a lot of the extra stuff (CD Label Maker, etc.).
    On the Nero website they say that the new version is about the same.
    26MB seems awfully small, are you sure about that size?

    Doesn't really matter.
    I use Roxio to make music and data CDs.
    Works great.
    I don't really care about system resources.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Yeah...it's just preference, wouldn't say either one's better than the other...
    I use a combination of Alcohol 120%, ECD/DVDC6, and CloneCD for all my needs.

    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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    Originally posted by balamm@9 September 2003 - 21:16
    They are different and as such, have different merits, different uses. They really are not comparable except for their very basic burning abilities.
    Is a good probability all he'll be doing mate is backing up a file or burning a variant of audio or video disc,otherwise i very much doubt he'd even be posing this q to a forum of fileshares

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