BurnAgain FS Improves OS X Desktop Integration

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Freeridecoding has announced the release of BurnAgain FS 1.3, an update to their multisession burning utility for Mac OS X. A free update for registered users, BurnAgain FS costs US$22 to register.

BurnAgain FS remounts a data CD or DVD that's already been burned and enables you to use the unused portion of the disk; you can add or remove files, edit and change files. All the files are readable without additional software.

BurnAgain FS 1.3 adds the ability to erase RW media and improves integration with the Mac OS X desktop, according to the developer. Opened disks are now always visible in the sidebar and on the desktop. Minor bug fixes have also been made.

BurnAgain FS requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later, 2.2MB hard disk space, Apple-supported CD/DVD writer.

This story, "BurnAgain FS Improves OS X Desktop Integration" was originally published by Macworld.

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