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|10-12-2009, 03:04 AM||#1|
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Nero Linux 4 - Still the Best Burning Tool for Linux?
One of the best features of Linux is its sheer number of free available applications. But once in a while, certain commercial offerings offer enough features and an ease-of-use that makes it worthy of consideration. Nero Linux is one of those. Now in its third iteration, Nero Linux remains the definitive optical-burning tool for the OS.
You can read our full article here and discuss it here.
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