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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by ruane89, Jan 21, 2008.
got a macbook and just wondering do i have a cd/dvd bring software on my macbook already installed?
You basically can use the system to burn files, you can use iTunes to burn music, and iDVD to burn your personal movie files. Beyond that, you will need to get Toast I guess
For a data disk...
Right-click on your desktop, and select New Burn Folder.
Add the files to it.
Open the folder.
Insert a disk when prompted.
its actually to copy my system restore disks, will nero work on a mac??
Which macbook did you get? If you got the lowest version, it will not have superdrive, so you will not be able to burn dvd's.
Otherwise you will be fine.
nero won't work on a mac but toast is just as good
Using the burn folder as stated above has been all I ever needed for data burning. iTunes does the music, iMovie does the other.
Just right click, choose new burn folder and drop your contents in.. BAM done.
thanks alot, another thing though, i have need to download winrar, but i dont know to actually install it! i have a rar file of vmware fusion but cant get it to actually work on my windows laptop, and i dont know how to install on my mac
You'll use stuff it expander for Mac's. Click the free green download box and it'll give you the free version.
Over 25 Supported File Formats:
There's no reason to buy Toast. Burn is free and is quite nice.
theres no reason to buy toast either but hey that's another story
I would reccomend the Unarchiver instead of Stuffit because its nice and light. Another good app for unraring files is unrarx.