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Will I need Roxio or Nero


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I am just about to take delivery of a new iMac G5 20" after many years away from the Mac.
I know my iMac will come with some CD/DVD copying applications - but are Roxio's and Nero's programs superior for general copying etc?

Thank you in anticipation.
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Toast (by Roxio) is very good, and provides much more control over everything than the standard built in tools. But if all you're doing is backing up files for yourself, simple audio cd burning etc... then iTunes/iPhoto/Finder will be fine.

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Toast (by Roxio) is very good, and provides much more control over everything than the standard built in tools. But if all you're doing is backing up files for yourself, simple audio cd burning etc... then iTunes/iPhoto/Finder will be fine.
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