BurnAware v7.3 Released

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  1. hayc59

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    BurnAware v7.3
    Released 29 July 2014

    New Features
    • Added skin/theme support to graphical user interface
    • Added 12 skins/themes, both transparent and non-transparent.
    • Added feature to disable skin/theme (select “None” in “Skins” list).
    Updates & Improvements
    • Updated installer and translations.
    • Minor improvements to user interface.

    Bug Fixes
    • Resolved problem with reading high capacity DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.

    Download: BurnAware
    Changelog: BurnAware 7.2
     
  2. prius04

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    Excellent. Thank you!
     
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    the new themes are just awesome dude
     
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    Guys -
    Can I ask if you are using Premium?

    Because I have not figured out how to avoid 'Open Candy' in the free version.[EULA appears to mention it]

    If not present in the Premium, maybe I need to anti-up.

    cheers,
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  5. Keith Weisshar

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    When purchasing Burnaware, should I get Premium or Professional?
     
  6. Hadron

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    I don't wish to put a dampener on this thread, but burning applications are almost dead.
    The optical disc is yesteryear. Move on.
     
  7. prius04

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    Can't really see a reason for spending the extra money on the Pro version unless you're going to use the software in a commercial setting (or for commercial purposes) and/or need to burn images to multiple drives simultaneously.

    See http://www.burnaware.com/compare-editions/
     
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    You should choose "Custom Installation (Advanced)" and then uncheck the two boxes below that, as shown in the screenshot.
     

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  9. Nebulus

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    Open Candy is pretty harmless if you have an outgoing firewall enabled. It doesn't employ any dirty tricks but it does connect to the internet, hence the need for a firewall to avoid its effects. So no need to avoid a a good application because of it :)
     
  10. Feandur

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    OK - thanks Guys.
    I'll give that a try.

    :)
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    Go free (if that does what you need) if not go pro I have it and its real nice ;)
     
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    You really going to be impressed with it
     
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