I am using Roxio cd creator 6. Can someone please explain to me the difference between using Roxio Creator Classic vs. Drag to Disc.
For those of you not directly familiar with Roxio 6:
Creator Classic - basically you select the files you want on a cd in by browsing through windows explorer and then once you have selected your files you click on a "Burn to Disc" button. Generally it doesn't take very long.
Drag to Disc- Literally take files and drag them onto a Drag to Disc icon on the desktop. Roxio has to do something to format the disc but once it does you can just drag files to the icon and they are there.
I am using CD-RW discs exclusively.
What are the things I need to be aware of regarding either of the 2 options regarding:
1. Using the cd-rw on different PC's that don't have roxio software installed. Will I be able to read the files, save more etc.
2. Using the same cd-rw over again to put more files on the disc on the PC with Roxio installed
3. Any other compatibility issues
In the end I am trying to educate users here so I don't have to waste time trying to recover data but at the same time I would like to learn about the differences b/w the 2 techniques
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