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  1. Roxio Copy and Convert 3 review

    Roxio Copy and Convert 3 review

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    The digital media landscape hasn't exactly plateaued in the past few years, as was once predicted. If anything, the ever-expanding proliferation of portable devices and media formats has made it rockier than ever before

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    Roxio Easy Media Creator Suite 10 review

    Roxio Easy Media Creator Suite 10 review

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    Like Nero, Easy Media Creator can create pretty much any disc type you care to think of, as well as offering video conversion and a comprehensive DVD authoring package that really does make creating your own DVDs a very simple task indeed.

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    Roxio Copy and Convert review

    Roxio Copy and Convert review

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    Roxio Copy and Convert review: Copy and Convert uses the same engine as Roxio's complete data back up suite, Easy Media Creator. This is undoubtedly a good thing, as the Roxio's well honed interface provides the most intuitive backup environment out there

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    Backup My PC Deluxe 6 review

    Backup My PC Deluxe 6 review

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    Demanding a series of blank DVDs, an original Windows XP CD and four floppy discs before you back-up a system will lose you roughly 40 per cent of your score in any discerning review.

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    Roxio MyDVD 8 Premium review

    Roxio MyDVD 8 Premium review

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    Roxio MyDVD 8 Premium is a set of DVD authoring tools aimed at thehome user. It allows you to copy video footage to DVD with professionallooking menus and navigation tools.

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    Roxio Toast 7 Titanium review

    Roxio Toast 7 Titanium review

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    For many of us, Toast has become so indispensable that life without itis unimaginable. This may sound rather dramatic, but think about it...true isn't it? It's also hard to imagine how Roxio could improve onsuch a solid and reliable piece of software

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