List of free software from Nero for Windows

Nero is a computer software company headquartered in Germany. The company is best known for its burning software, Nero Burning ROM. It is currently one of the biggest companies creating software applications and platforms that help consumers simply enjoy their photos, videos and music. What is not so well-known is that they offer many freeware too.

Here is a list of free software from Nero for Windows PC.

1] Nero MediaHome nero mediahomeThe freeware formerly known as Nero BurnLite allows you to stream all your digital media wirelessly all around your home. With MediaHome you can stream your favorite digital media content to your PC to your TV, computer, Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 gaming consoles. Furthermore, you can organize all your multimedia files within minutes. The multi-featured freeware from Nero makes all your video and audio files compatible to your devices.

2] Nero BackItUp

nero backitup

The freeware helps in backing up common files such as photos, movies, music, and documents. It helps you to set up new backup processes even while current ones are running. The freeware works smooth on every platform and supports backup from PCs, tablets and Android phones. The manual backup mode of BackItUp 2014 is available for free, whereas any scheduled backups comes for an affordable premium fee.

3] Nero CoverDesignernero coverdesignerThis free application from Nero allows you to create custom cover elements such as booklets, inlays, and labels. It covers a wide range of covers like business cards, CD/DVD cases and much more. The freeware offers many customizable cover design templates and also allow users to imports designs from scanner or a digital camera. The free tool is compatible with every program possessing an audio CD burn function.

4] Nero Wave Editor

nero waveeditor

Nero WaveEditor is another freeware from Nero which allows you to record pieces of music, edit your audio files with sound enhancement methods and making them ready to burn. The editing history is also saved in the program so that you can undo your changes. It includes various effects, numerous tools, improvement algorithms, noise suppression, and some more filters and tools which assist you in editing your files.

5] Nero Soundtraxnero soundtrax

This is an MP3 & Audio software developed by Nero AG. The software is secure and free and also features a camera denoiser effect, which helps you eliminate unwanted audio from digital camera files. Furthermore, SoundTrax also offers digital monitoring and let you mix and match audio files.

6] Nero BurnRightsnero burnrightsThis freeware allows a system administrator to authorize users without administrator rights to burn discs and connect new burners. The users without administrator rights usually do not have access to the drivers needed to burn discs. The freeware allows users to burn disks on their computer regardless of the type of account they have. With Nero BurnRights users can grant burning rights to all of the different types of users on your computer, even if they do not possess administrative rights.

7] Nero DiscSpeed

nero discspeed

This is an excellent free tool from Nero which helps users to test the operational capabilities of a recorder. The tool also works for testing the speed of your CD/DVD disc drive as well as testing blanks and burned discs. The program shows results in graph or as a test log.

8] Nero InCD Reader

neroInCD reader

A freeware that allows you to read discs written in MRW format on systems that do not support MRW. It also allows you to read discs written in a UDF format that are not supported by your operating system. With InCD you can use optical discs in a same way as you use a floppy disk. You can open and save files on the disk directly from application programs or even drag and drop files to and from the disk right from your Windows Explorer.

9] Nero SecureDisc

nero securedisc

It is a free tool that claims to secure files stored on CDs and DVDs against theft copying and damage. This program adds multi-layer protection to your discs to secure your data against theft and corruption. It supports DVD-RAM media, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD-R DL, DVD-R, CD-RW, and CD-R. The program works on PCs running Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems.

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9 Comments

  1. Here is the message that I just sent to NERO using its “contact” web form…

    PLEASE FORWARD THIS MESSAGE TO
    THE HEAD OF YOUR COMPANY.

    When I went to download MediaHome Free, I was required to enter my email address.

    My email address has value; you don’t get to add it to your spam list, and market to it, for free.

    Therefore, MediaHome is not really free because you require something of value in exchange for it.

    Please stop saying that it is free: that’s false advertising.

    Alternatively, if you simply made the provision of one’s email address OPTIONAL, then MediaHome really would be free.

    If there is any other of your software which is allegedly free, but which requires an email address in order to download, then your advertising about it is false, as well. Please stop it; and, instead, either ask for no email address at all, or at least make one’s provision of it entirely optional.

    Please don’t make me build a consumer-protection both website and Facebook page with the overarching theme of that NERO is falsely advertising, and cannot be trusted.

    Please fix this.

    Now.

    _____________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

  2. P.Yew

    Use a throwaway address, you kook.

    Sincerely,
    pyew@yopmail.com

  3. Brian

    It should be noted that the free version of CoverDesigner is a cutdown version that doesn’t include LightScribe

  4. THE APTLY-NAMED P.YEW WROTE: Use a throwaway address, you kook.

    MY RESPONSE: So, you miss the point a lot, in life, don’t you.

    The point which has so clearly escaped you has nothing to do with that it can be worked-around. Everyone knows about, and how to use, the…

    noneofyour@damnedbusiness.com

    …fake email address which so cogently sends a simple message to s/he who requires an email address which, for whatever reason, one chooses not to give.

    And the reason such points are so easily lost on you is because of your kind of “as long as I get mine, then the hell with whether or not you get yours” narcissism; the kind that, for example, fails to report to city government that something is broken on the street which poses increasing danger to the public as long as you can, nevertheless, get around it and go about the self-interested-to-the-exclusion-of-others business. That kind of repugnant thought and deed flies in the face of your obligations under the implied social contract…

    …something about which not only narcissists, but bona fide sociopaths know little. Only you know which of those two things you are, by the way; but trust me when I tell you that you’re at least one of them. If you actually delighted in the misfortune of others, it would be schadenfreude, too.

    The point has nothing to do with whether it can be worked around. The point is that to offer something as allegedly free, but then to require something of real value in exchange for it, makes it not free. In the US, we have “truth in advertising” laws that make such things illegal; and we have such laws so that the public will be protected from misleading or even fraudulent actions and behavior. That you think it’s okay for such actions and behavior to exist as long as you can figure out a way around it speaks awful volumes about you.

    So does that you call a man a “kook” for caring.

    Shame on you. Take a course in, or read a book about, philosophy and/or religion; and then get a conscience.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  5. @Brian,

    Good point. LightScribe, sadly, seems to be falling out of favor; even the LightScribe website, itself, is dead…

    SEE | http://lightscribe.com/

    …though I can’t, for the life of me, understand why. I love LightScribe. It’s a wonderful way to gift to someone a CD or DVD containing something of value… family event photos or videos, for example. If the graphics and words and fonts used are well designed and elegantly done, it can really create a nice keepsake. For everyday labeling, though, it’s a little both pricey and time-consuming. Still, though, I love it.

    Fortunately, completely free LightScribe software is still available out there. Sadly, with the LightScribe website dead, now, one needs to go out and look around for it a little.

    SEE | http://goo.gl/gX8MRR (Google search for free LightScribe software)

    It’s also available, now, in most CD/DVD labeling software, whether or not free, as your point about the full version of CoverDesigner having it, but the free version not, clearly indicates.

    I lament the day when I can finally no longer find LightScribe blank media. It’s already down to just half of only one gondola shelf at the nearest-to-me Fry’s.

    SEE | http://goo.gl/fQLhUr
    SEE | http://bit.ly/1bwzu4T

    And may one even BUY a LighScribe drive, anymore? Let’s see…

    SEE | http://amzn.to/1bwzRfL

    …well, then, okay… I guess one still can (though certainly not at Fry’s).

    [sigh] Bummer. All the really cool technology eventually dies away from the general public’s never fully grasping and appreciating it.

    Now if we could just make that happen with Republicans.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  6. P.Yew

    I’ll ignore your overstated apples & oranges comparison and restate that one doesn’t need a real email address and one can type in anyuser@anydubdomain.anydomain which has ZERO value. One can also obtain the FREE software from a number of download sites like Softpedia with no need to enter email address, real or otherwise. So the software is FREE to use without a commercial license regardless of whether your cantseetheforestforthetrees ass can see it or not.

    And I call you a kook not for your implicit, disingenuous claim of “caring”, but because you’re a bloviating windbag.

  7. P.YEW WROTE: I’ll ignore your overstated apples & oranges comparison…

    MY RESPONSE: Apparently not. And your simply calling it “apples and oranges” doesn’t make it so; just as your calling it a comparison doesn’t make it one. It was analogy. There’s a difference.

    P.YEW WROTE: …and restate that one doesn’t need a real email address and one can type in anyuser@anydubdomain.anydomain which has ZERO value. One can also obtain the FREE software from a number of download sites like Softpedia with no need to enter email address, real or otherwise. So the software is FREE to use without a commercial license regardless of whether your cantseetheforestforthetrees ass can see it or not.

    MY RESPONSE: Again, with the point missing. So, then… you fall down a lot in life, don’t you. That’s sad. I’m so sorry.

    Just so you know, THAT’s what feigned caring looks like. Hope that helps. (Hey! Lookee, there: I did it again!).

    Again, you exhibit your skewed value system, and by so doing, prove my earlier posits about you. That you now repeat the point-missing logistics of the workaround, and, worse, use that it works to suggest, then, that the software is free simply because there’s a way to make it effectively so…

    …and then, worst of all, that you betray your apparently-raised-by-wolves-esque, ends-justify-the-means, nothing-matters-as-long-as-you-get-what-you-want value(less) system by characterizing my unwillingness to ignore the tree of my ethical point so that I, too, can somehow get to the forest of your wrongly-arrived-at bottom line…

    …just boggles the mind in its sheer and unmitigated cluelessness. It’s the moral equivalent of claiming that because a building has poor security, it’s okay to break-in to it.

    One of my acid test questions, in life, when interviewing someone (for a job or to help with a project, etc.; or even on intake form I use to make a homeless person a new client) is to pose this hypothetical and question based upon it: “Able commits a crime, and Baker, whom Able knows, witnesses it. Baker then calls the police on Able; and police tell Baker that if it hadn’t been for him, they’d have never even known that Able committed the crime, much less caught him. Able then goes to trial, at which Baker testifies against him; and Able is convicted. Whose fault is it that Able then goes to prison?”

    You, clearly, are the kind who would answer that it’s Baker’s fault.

    Integrity means doing the right thing, even when no one’s watching. You clearly have no integrity. That you can make the download work by usurping the maker’s intended system has nothing to do with whether or not the software is ultimately free. That’s not your decision to make.

    Whether or not it’s free is entirely at the option of the software’s maker; and said maker has spoken to that it’s not free with its requrement of the user’s provision of an email address in exchange for access to and use of the software…

    …just as the building owner has spoken to that he doesn’t want you in his buidling when he turns on his not-very-good security system and goes home.

    That you can get around the software maker’s demand that you provide an email address no more obvviates the software maker’s incontrovertible establishment of that his software isn’t free than your being able to get past the building owner’s security system makes him willing to have you enter said building. You had parents, right? Did that actually TEACH you anything?

    The software, I’m sorry, is not free. One is asked to (and so if one follows the rules of things, one must) give an email address in order to use the software for free; and so since the email address is a thing of value, the software is not free. A first-year law student, even at a really crappy law school, could tell you that with one hand tied behind his/her back (and on a three-day drunk, to boot!). It matters not that you can make the software at least SEEMINGLY free (to the uncareful thinking who lack discernment) by breaking the rules.

    Of course, sociopaths can never, ever see that sort of thing; it simply escapes them… just as it’s escaping you.

    It is no surprise that you completely ignore not only the singlemost overarching of my points, but also the other ones which call you out on your pathological sensibilities and value(less) system; and that you focus, instead, on only that which you can make work for you, everyone else be damned. That, too, is how sociopaths are: it’s part of the term’s very definition; its observable symptomology.

    Contrary to what I had hoped for, but precisely as I anticipated, you’ve now added nothing, at all, to this discussion. In fact, given the direction it has taken, what you’ve now written to which I’m now responding is actually off-topic. The subject, now, has become YOU, Sparky…

    …but, of course, THAT point escapes you, as well. Surprise, surprise.

    P.YEW WROTE: And I call you a kook not for your implicit, disingenuous claim of “caring”…

    MY RESPONSE: Implicit? You actually know what that word means, right? There was, and remains, nothing even REMOTELY implicit about it. Nothing, in fact, could have been more explicit (and I’m assuming you at least know what THAT word means; just harken to your understanding of it as it’s commonly used to describe all the porn you no doubt watch).

    As for “disingenuous claim,” please stop projecting onto others your own normative behavior and (lack of) value(s) system which could, by its very nature, never possibly result in caring…

    …hence the reason you can’t figure-out how and/or why anyone else could. That’s what projection means (gosh, you’re learnin’ new words left and right, today, aren’t you!).

    P.YEW WROTE: …but because you’re a bloviating windbag.

    MY RESPONSE: Eyoooow. Ouch. [rolls eyes at ceiling]

    Well, at least NOW you’re closer to actually being on topic. But that’s not really what’s so telling about your use of that word. What’s telling about it is that it evidences your apparently-sincere belief in that all I wrote were just empty words, which is, of course, an essential element of bloviation. You can say they’re empty, but that doesn’t make it so. It just makes you defensive, and unable to mount a real argument; hence your just pretending that there’s nothing to argue about. It’s straight to where people with both no debating skills, as well as nothing on which to base his/her side of the debate were she in possession of them, tends to go. Thanks for being predictable.

    Nothing you’ve written changes a single thing. I stand by every word I’ve here written. The reader may clearly see whose moral compass is working, and whose isn’t; as well as whose cowardice is evident by his/her pseudonymic participation, here — using a nevertheless curiously appropriate both alias and avatar — versus at least *MY* entire history of Internet presence since my earliest days on it in the ’80s, having been characterized by my only ever using my real name, in real life; and so, wearing, in all worlds, everything I ever say and do.

    Res ipsa loquitur.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  8. P.Yew

    Wow, you are a mess. I see from a quick search that you’re a known troll/kook so I’ll ignore your delusional ad hominems.

    >The software, I’m sorry, is not free.

    The software is FREE to use without a paid license. If you want to argue there is a cost, then it is for downloading it from their servers, not for use of the software. You can download and use the software from alternative distribution sites with no obligation to give any personal information whatsoever, all perfectly legal and condoned by Nero. Also, considering that a spam adddress arguably has no value, then it’s still free even if you download it from their servers.

  9. P.YEW WROTE: Wow, you are a mess. I see from a quick search that you’re a known troll/kook so I’ll ignore your delusional ad hominems.

    MY RESPONSE: Gimmee a break. I have never been called a troll — by other than maybe YOUR likes who can’t adequately debate me, perhaps; and who sociopathologically advocate for self-interest at the expense of others; but never by a forum admin or moderator — in all my long life. Never. Not once. Ever. So stop making things up. It was one thing for you to disagree on how one should view my insistence on that ths software is not free; but it’s a whole ‘nuther matter, entirely, for you to just up and lie. That said, I am not surprised.

    Moreover, Mr. Pot-calling-the-kettle-black, let’s not forget who chimed-in after my perfectly reasonable, and unemotional, and characterized by facts and cogent arguments criticism of NERO, and trolled for a confrontation with me, here, by first positing a provable untruth about the software being free; and then how to outlaw-esquely end-run the software maker’s intent and then incredibly ignorantly — and bereft of integrity, to boot — cite that as proof of same. You actually KNOW what a “troll” is, when it comes to the Internet, right?

    P.YEW WROTE: The software is FREE to use without a paid license.

    MY RESPONSE: It is true that the software is free from payment of a license fee in currency. That, of course, was not, until now, your argument. So please be fair. Oh… wait… I’m sorry… I forgot with whom I’m communicating, here. Fairness is clearly not part of your psycho-emotional make-up. My bad. Sorry.

    It is, in any case, true that the software is free from payment, in currency, of a license fee. But I never said anything about that. I said the software is not inherently free because one must give-up something of value — one’s email address — in order to obtain it. You actually TOOK an economics course in college, right? Er… wait… you don’t strike me as college educated. Fine, then you remember when they covered things like bartering in high school, right? You understand how to establish something’s inherent value? You don’t watch the Antiques Road Show on public television? You’ve never heard of an appraiser? Things have value. An email address is a thing; and its value to NERO is as something to either be marketed to, or which may be sold. No one reading this — except you, apparently — is having any trouble understanding that most basic of provable facts.

    And so when NERO demands one’s email address before it will allow one to download its allegedly (but not actually) “free” software, the exchange of that thing of value for the software makes said software not really free. That it’s free from a license fee payable in legal tender doesn’t change that it’s nevertheless not truly “free” on account of the user’s requirement to provide a thing of value before s/he may avail himself/herself of the software. That email address is the payment for the software; ergo, it is not free.

    P.YEW WROTE: If you want to argue there is a cost, then it is for downloading it from their servers, not for use of the software.

    MY RESPONSE: Ohmygod… finally… you’re actually making a cogent argument…

    …though since the subject, by now, is actually YOU, it’s still off topic. [grin]

    Whether the “fee” of email address provision is actually for only the downloading of the software, or for its use, is, first of all, unknown; and, second of all, a distinction without a difference since the barrier to access is identical in either case.

    So while you’ve finally proffered an actual and at least a LITTLE-bit-thought-through argument, it’s tortured, at best; a mere desperate reaching, on your part, to win the argument at all costs, even if it means embarrassingly arguing the ridiculous in order to do it.

    P.YEW WROTE: You can download and use the software from alternative distribution sites with no obligation to give any personal information whatsoever, all perfectly legal and condoned by Nero.

    MY RESPONSE: That the software may be downloaded from elsewhere, and that said elsewhere does not erect that same barrier means nothing. The maker of the software has erected the barrier. That its “dealers” or “distributors” or whatever you want to call the other places out there where the software is also available so offer it, but without the maker’s barrier, is as irrelevant as a maker of any product charging full MSRP, but its dealers discounting off that price.

    When a product maker sets the price at full MSRP, and won’t budge from it, it is saying that that’s the price, which is part of the maker’s terms of sale, and that’s it. That, then, is the condition under which the buyer must decide to buy or not buy. End of discussion.

    That one of the maker’s dealers sets his/her own price and terms of sale (though not terms of use; that, only the maker can do) doesn’t obviate the maker’s official position. And the maker’s official position is that it’s not really free because said maker has required something of real value in exchange for either access to or use of the software, ergo, it is not “free.”

    And all your wishing otherwise won’t change that.

    P.YEW WROTE: Also, considering that a spam adddress arguably has no value, then it’s still free even if you download it from their servers.

    MY RESPONSE: Oh! Damn! And we were so close. I was hoping that maybe you had sobered-up or something, and that were finally beginning to use your reasoning skills (a term — both of them, actually — which I use lightly) to fight the good fight. But, alas, you’re still missing the point of that every playing field has an out-of-bounds. The product’s download page…

    SEE | http://bit.ly/1nhIRL7

    …does not ask for “an” email address; rather, it asks for “your” email address. Not just any email address will do…

    …at least if you’re going to stay on the playing field, and not go out-of-bounds. So, then, we’re back to that whole “integrity means doing the right thing, even when no one’s watching” thing.

    Your whole argument has been that because you can usurp the intent of the request, then it matters not that said request was made. But that’s only, in your case, because by your going, in effect, out-of-bounds, you can selfishly get what YOU want, even though those who stay in-bounds cannot (unless, of course, they’re willing to ignore that the software’s not really free and give-up their valuable email addrss).

    See, the whole problem, here, with you, is that you just cannot grasp that your being able to get around the email address requirement has no bearing on any of this; and that’s of course, because you’re willing to go out-of-bounds, and you don’t care that those who are unwilling to so do get screwed. As long as you get what you want, it’s okay that no one else does. That’s part of what makes you sociopathological. Are you finally GETTING it? I mean, in any of this, have you actually bothered to look-up what “sociopath” even means? Or are you insensibly denying it, without really having any idea what you’re talking about.

    Yes, a fake email address has no value to NERO; and so by your using it, you end-up getting the software without NERO getting what it wants. That you see that, though, as some kind of victory is how criminals think. So, then, all of your software, music and videos are stolen via bit torrent, too, right?

    Citizens who understand that we — at least in the US — are a government of laws and not of men (as John Adams so deftly wrote in his 7th Novanglus letter in the Boston Gazette in 1774; but which has been enshrined in every writing supporting the creation of our nation, and was a favorite of Voltaire from the works of the ancient Greeks), and that we have obligations under the implied social contract, allow their sense of integrity to guide them to doing the right thing, for everyone, even when no one’s looking.

    Our so doing doesn’t mean that we just lie down and take whatever our culture foists upon us. Rather it means that we don’t step off the playing field — we don’t go out of bounds, and perhaps even resort to lawlessness, if need be — in order to get what we want despite that about our culture with which we don’t agree. Instead of just going out and getting what we want, anyway, by whatever means, despite the legal barriers erected to it, like YOU clearly do…

    …those of us with integrity stay in-bounds and work the system to change that which we don’t like. If that means changing the law, then that’s what we do. If it means suing a company that’s being unfair, then that’s what we do.

    What we do *NOT* do, is step off the field, out-of-bounds, and take what we want by any means necessary, and to the potential peril of others, like you do; like criminals do.

    And that is precisely what I’ve been arguing, here, all along.

    For whatever reason, you just can’t seem to grasp it. Instead, you call people names because you can think of nothing more clever to write; and you project onto them your own propensity for lack of caring and empathy…

    …when those two things are really all any of this has been about… at least for me. Only you can speak for you…

    …and I sure wish you were a whole lot better at it.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

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