I'm upgrading my mother-in-law's computer to Windows 7 after a hard drive failure.
I've discovered that my old standby, Nero 6.6 doesn't work on Windows 7 for god knows what reason (those bastards). I've heard rumors that Nero 6.3 or lower will work, but I haven't investigated that path yet.
My mother-in-law only burns a few CDs or DVDs a year, but when she does it has to be a wizard-driven interface that's easy for older people to follow, which pretty much rules out things like Imgburn.
Assuming I were to purchase a new CD/DVD burning suite-type-product, what's good these days? I remember that Roxio used to install a bunch of shit on your system that made it unstable back in the day, which is what drove me to Nero, but I'm not sure if that's true anymore. Can anyone recommend something? The primary considerations are easy-to-use, closely followed by cheap.
I know that Nero offers a "family license", which is the sort of thing that I'm probably going to need, unless you know for a fact that you can install it on several PCs without it complaining.
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