Just like most modern disc burners, Burn4Free handles ISO images, too.
They can be stored on your computer or burned to a disc.
Its interface is not very elegant, but rather practical, and giving you easy access to Burn4Free’s multiple options.
Burn4Free supports the drag and drop file importing method and it also eases you work with its “fly windows”, where you can easily drop files that will be used in the project.
Burn4Free offers support for the most common optical discs: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW and DVD-RAM. The media file types that Burn4Free works with are pretty diverse, too: WAV, WMA, MP3, MP2, MP1, M3U and OGG.
The application runs on all Windows versions, from 98 to Windows 8.
What’s most interesting at this application is that you can choose several importing methods: using the fly window, right click on files from Windows Explorer, the internal add window and the drag and drop functionality.
Other features you may find useful are the dual layer support, the print compilations, the burning MP3 compilations, the free online updates and offering support for multiple languages.
Burn4Free is overall a good burning utility, which can help you create ISO images and backup your files fast and easy. The interface of this application is not extremely well-organized and there is still room for improvement. Otherwise, Burn4Free is recommended to all categories of users.
It is integrated with Windows Media Player and it will help you create and burn discs in no time.