When Should I Use CD-R (Recordable or Write-Once) Discs?. HP CD-WRITER Plus

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When Should I Use CD-R (Recordable or Write-Once) Discs?. HP CD-WRITER Plus | Manualzz

About Making CDs

When Should I Use CD-R (Recordable or

Write-Once) Discs?

Files copied to a CD-R disc are permanently recorded on the disc. The space the files occupy on the disc cannot be used for anything else.

Use CD-R discs to:

Share your CDs with users that have standard CD-ROM drives

Make audio CDs

Permanently save files

When Should I Use CD-RW

(ReWritable) Discs?

With CD-RW discs you can write, erase, and rewrite files easily from your software applications or from the Windows Explorer. Since not all CD-

ROM drives can read CD-RW discs, these discs are better suited for use on your own computer.

Use CD-RW discs to:

Save work in progress such as presentations and documents

Make weekly archives of files on your hard drive

Transport files between the office and home if you have a CD-Writer

Plus at each location, or have an external CD-Writer Plus to use on your computers

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