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    Burning files to a CD

    Running win 10 trying to burn a file to a CD I have files ready to burn to disk. However I can not find how to burn the file to the CD

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    What kind of files? ISOs or data files?
    For data files, see:
    http://www.dummies.com/how-to/conten...indows-10.html

    For iso files, right click on the file and select "Burn Disk image"

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    For Windows 10 Data DVD; insert your empty DVD disc, look for it in the Windows explorer front end, then go to where your data is, then
    "send it" to your DVD drive. If it a large amount of data it'll take a few minutes, be patient.
    When you see them in the DVD drive from explorer, right click on the DVD drive and select "Burn to Disc".
    Select the CD/DVD option, not the USB one.

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    Windows 10 native data disc burn

    For any other burning requirement you're better off with a 3rd party app.
    I still use the Nero 8 Micro I've used over the last ? 8 years?

    Jerry's link above shows how to burn music and others too.
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