Copy: How to Burn DVD in Windows 8

Written by: Dogar Sahab - Published: Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 - Comments

If you want to know how to burn a DVD in Windows 8 you should follow this tutorial for beginners.
How to Burn DVD in Windows 8

Why you should know how to burn a DVD?

Although nowadays people generally use ISO images which can be mounted on any virtual drive that is automatically created during the installation of any ISO application, sometimes it becomes necessary to burn data on optical media for storage purposes. Data stored on any optical media can also be easily transported from one place to another in order to store it as an off-site backup. ISO applications make it quite easier for users to burn data to the discs and the process becomes even simpler when data is in any ISO image.

With the help of these ISO applications you can burn any data in any folder or ISO image to any recordable DVD without even mounted it on any virtual drive.

As a Windows 8 user if you want to burn any DVD you are required to follow the steps given below:

1 Logon to Windows 8 computer with any account that has administrative rights.
2 Download and install Ultra ISO application from its official website.
3 Once done, right click on the ISO image or folder which you want to burn on a DVD and from the available menu go to UltraISO.
Go to UltraISO
4 On the appeared submenu click on Burn to disc.
Click on Burn to Disc
5 On Burn Image box make sure that appropriate recorder is selected and click on Burn button to start the process.
Click Burn Button

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