Free Paragon Net Burner 2.0

Paragon Net Burner is a unique utility to “share” a CD/DVD/BD burner over the network and remotely make a CD/DVD/BD recordable device available for use by other networked computers. It gives users the ability to record CDs/DVDs/BDs without having a local burner device. This solution is extremely helpful for notebook users without CD/DVD/BD burning devices onboard. Sharing a HD-DVD/BD device across the network also reduces equipment costs.

Product’s Features
Mount optical drive with Mount New Device Wizard
Remove optical drive with Unmount New Device Wizard

Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP (32/64-bit)
Windows Vista (32/64-bit)
Windows Server 2003 Family (32/64-bit)
Windows Server 2008 Family (32/64-bit)

Supported Removable Media
CD-R/RW
DVD-R/RW
DVD+R/RW
DVD+/-R (DL)
BD-R/RE
HD-DVD

System Requirements
CPU: 800 MHz Intel Pentium III class processor
RAM: 512 MB required
Disk space: 10 MB free space
Wi-Fi or LAN (Fast Ethernet connection)

How to get it for free

1) Go to the   Paragon Net Burner registration page and fill out the online form

2) You will receive a confirmation e-mail from  eservice@paragon-software.com containing the product  download links.

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One Response to “Free Paragon Net Burner 2.0”

  1. kcs3295 Says:

    I have many applications from Paragon & now they want my telphone number…yeah, right…they can keep it.

    I love Paragon software. I also have Acronis True Image which I don’t even use anymore. The OE software that comes with Seagate & WD is ok, actually good, for setups.

    Check this out…

    How do I create a reliable backup with Acronis?
    Date: November 23rd, 2010

    Ken


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