We use a variety of softwares for our daily burning of CDs, DVDs and Blu-Rays. When it comes to burning CDs, Nero is the talk of the town. I have used Nero for 5 years and never found a problem except its rather slow loading time. While burning DVDs too, i have found the time taken to burn 1 DVD of 4.7 GB is 30 minutes.
Is Nero the No. 1?
If you believe Nero is the worldwide best, well i must say you are wrong. There’s always a second best that people never try to experience. In this case it is the Ashampoo Burning Studio 10. I place this in the No. 1 slot for my daily burning needs. I have used Ashampoo for over an year and i m so impressed by the software that i never reverted back to Nero.
Recently many companies incorporated HD burning capabilities such as PowerDVD, Nero and now Ashampoo too. HD Burning simply means the software can convert all your favourite movies to HD (720p) and Full-HD (1080) Blu-Ray formats.
The reason i stress upon adopting Ashampoo is because it burns nicely (well buddy whats new in that? even Nero burns it nicely) lol! Well no, actually thats not the real reason, the actual reason is that Ashampoo simply burns everything faster.
Ashampoo vs Nero
The loading and burning times of the software is really quick. I burned the same 4.7GB DVD in Ashampoo in 20 minutes. Ashampoo also loads its files in under 5 seconds even on slow computers whereas Nero 10 takes 20 seconds! Nero’s interface is complicated. Nero StartSmart launches particular burning applications separately in a new window, thus consuming more system memory and increasing load time whereas Ashampoo burns all your stuff in a single universal easy to use interface.
Do you think these reasons are enough to switch over to Ashampoo? I think Yes. What are your thoughts, please comment and share your ideas.