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Windows 7: Nero Burning Rom : UDF is the standard now?

13 Apr 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
Nero Burning Rom : UDF is the standard now?

Just wanted to clarify something, last week I was on Windows XP and was using Nero 8 to burn my discs. Most of my discs are just for storage purposes so I can get files off my HDD, I was burning No Multisession ISOs.

Now since 8 isn't 'officially supported' by Windows 7 I thought I'd try Nero 11, I haven't tested it yet but it installed fine, but I notice that UDF is at the top of the DVD burning options now. So in this day and age is it better to use UDF over ISO for storage archives?

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13 Apr 2014   #2

Windows 7/10 64 bit

I've been using Nero for a long time (ever since I abandoned Roxio back in the XP days).

I use Nero BurningRom for all of my audio CD burning and for data CD/DVD's. I haven't had any problems. I notice UDF is used, but hadn't given it much thought. There is also an iso option if you want it. I only use iso for bootable discs.

I don't use multi-session discs. For backup, I use Macrium Reflect and back up my drive (full drive all partitions) to another hard drive.
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