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    When it comes to creating images, I know Alcohol does a good job of creating images and I'm pretty sure BW must too (otherwise, people wouldn't use it). I assume the same holds true for burning images. But Alcohol also has a virtual drive. Does BW have one? Not that I'm aware of. Also, Alcohol has a lot more customization options for the copy protections, BW is pretty much point and click, no real configuration to speak of. Better for the technologically inept (no offense, just matter-of-fact), but not so for the geeks who want to get in there and fiddle with things to try and create a better image. That's my personal view on the matter.

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    1 point goes to Alcohol for the customization options. About the virtual drive, well, dt exist no need that bw have one.

    But, whatґs the better creating images? I supposed that it is the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arisma
    1 point goes to Alcohol for the customization options. About the virtual drive, well, dt exist no need that bw have one.

    But, whatґs the better creating images? I supposed that it is the question.
    I asked myself the question for a long time, but A120% really is better I've used al major burning/image creating/virtual drive program's and I'm pretty sure that A120% really is da best the anti-security tools combined with all the prefs. you are able to adjust for your personal use and the virtual drives, this program really is the best

    greetings,

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    Also, unless you pay 149 € for VSO Gold Membership then you only get a Blindwrite licence for 1 year.
    Alcohol standard licence is lifetime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitna
    Also, unless you pay 149 € for VSO Gold Membership then you only get a Blindwrite licence for 1 year.
    Alcohol standard licence is lifetime.
    Free updates for 1 year. You get to keep your BlindWrite software forever- just no more updates. But yea- that's many times more expensive for Burning Software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitna
    Also, unless you pay 149 for VSO Gold Membership then you only get a Blindwrite licence for 1 year.
    Alcohol standard licence is lifetime.
    Thats one major reason I chose Alcohol 120% as my burning program. Also, it supports basically anything I throw at it, except for the very latest SF versions, which is why I bought a DT/DT Pro license today, so then I can use SF-protected games without the hassle of putting the DVD or CD in. And Alcohol customer support is excellent, as I found out when I had activation problems with my PC (customer support sent me a fix in around 10-15mins), so the choice for getting Alcohol was a choice well chosen for me.

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