Learn how to use Windows 10 built-in functionality to burn data to optical media like CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays.
Episode #9-41 released on May 26, 2019
Optical disc drives are getting rare, but many people still have them. There are plenty of applications and application suites to burn CDs and DVDs, too. Many which are inexpensive, but who has time to find, pay and download an application for a CD or DVD burner you might rarely use.
Windows has its own method for burning discs and this is how you use it.
Step one, insert a blank disc into your optical burner, if you have one, if you don't, get one, borrow one, etc.
Step two, you can right click and select the sent to option, just make sure you select the optical disc.
Step three, go to the optical drive, it will ask you to name the disc, and then you can either request it be used like a USB drive or with a CD/DVD player.
Finally, once you are done adding files to the disc, go to manage in the file explorer and select finish burning.
Host : Steve Smith | Music : | Editor : Steve Smith | Producer : Zed Axis Dot Net