Solved Can I delete nero if I have downloaded ashampoo

February 10, 2012 at 04:48:40
Specs: Windows 7
Can I delete nero if I have downloaded ashampoo, please?

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February 10, 2012 at 17:03:24
I am not sure from your last response exactly what you want the program to do. Store, play, display, what?

Windows itself should be able to copy anything that is actually on your computer. If you want something to display and edit photos try Picasa 3, which is free.

Windows Media Player will work with at least most of what you want.

Both Ashampoo and Nero are primarily burning programs. Over the years they have added additional features.

If you don't want all the features in Nero you can tweak it. Depending on which version you have there may be many features.

You can add or remove entire feature sets or only part of each feature set. For instance, you may not want to use Nero for playing your music files.



#1
February 10, 2012 at 07:41:31
Why do you want to do that?

Does Nero work and do what you want it to do?


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#2
February 10, 2012 at 14:14:51
You can delete it but you will need the install disc to do so. As OtheHill says "why would you want to do this if Nero works well". Quite candidly Ashampoo offers nothing extra!

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#3
February 10, 2012 at 16:49:13
I was told that ashampoo was the best, by brother in-law. I can't work out nero though I did use the earlier version. The new one is too complicated for me. I actually use live for photo storage. I am all over the place with this and really only want program that will allow me to use photo, music, video and copy things all in one program.
Is there such a thing?
Kind regards...boogers

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#4
February 10, 2012 at 17:03:24
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I am not sure from your last response exactly what you want the program to do. Store, play, display, what?

Windows itself should be able to copy anything that is actually on your computer. If you want something to display and edit photos try Picasa 3, which is free.

Windows Media Player will work with at least most of what you want.

Both Ashampoo and Nero are primarily burning programs. Over the years they have added additional features.

If you don't want all the features in Nero you can tweak it. Depending on which version you have there may be many features.

You can add or remove entire feature sets or only part of each feature set. For instance, you may not want to use Nero for playing your music files.


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#5
February 10, 2012 at 17:17:05
Thank you for your response.
I will re-assess what I want to do, then make a choice.
I felt compelled to use ashampoo to save problems with family so installed it. Will go back and look at nero again, but use windows to play, copy and burn music.
I used dvd shrink for movie copying, butI not done this in a long while.
I use live for photo storage, but will look at picasa 3.
A separate question, if you don't mind.
Can I save a tv episode (show) to usb or hard drive instead of watching it on the computer, please.
Again, thank you for your help!
Boogers

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#6
February 10, 2012 at 17:30:31
You can probably safely keep both installed.

I don't watch TV episodes on the computer so I am not sure but Googling - "Can TV shows from the internet be downloaded" provides many hits. Click on the link below for one option if you use Itunes.

http://www.ehow.com/how_4425723_dow...


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#7
February 10, 2012 at 17:37:24
Thanks! I really appreciate the help!
Kind regards...Boogers

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#8
February 10, 2012 at 19:42:48
Boogers what you heard is the right thing. Nero use many memory and resources unlike Ashampoo. Ashampoo is a light and simple to use burning software. New Nero versons is a bit more complicated as compared to Ashampoo ! So I will suggest you to go for Ashampoo. And for pictures why dnt you use Picasa? It has got many interesting features !!

Solving Technical queries is my passion and I just Love it !!


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#9
February 11, 2012 at 01:02:03
Thanks Buggsbunny, this was the way I was leaning, and I will look at picaso 3 like I was told before.
I am very grateful for this help and help in the past, so have recommended this site to a few newbies like me!
Kind regards...boogers

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#10
February 11, 2012 at 05:20:56
In my opinion Ashampoo is clunky to use. Nero can be a slim as you want it. You started out wanting one program to be the jack of all trades.

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#11
February 11, 2012 at 18:47:27
You are right, OtheHill, I did want one program to do all, and probably got mixed up along the way with it all.
I am new at this computer thing, and with time and help from all the people that responded to my query, as I am sure there will be lots more to come, I hope to be able to learn lots.
I realise that some of the responses may be personal preferences, and take this on board as well.
Thank you for your help,.
Kind regards..Boogers

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#12
February 11, 2012 at 19:21:59
No problem, glad to help. I also understand that you need to keep peace in the family. At so;me point you will be giving advice to that family member.

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