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    Looking for disc processing tools

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    by submit.lena ·

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    Due to my daily work, I need to copy or rip the old discs (DVD’s) in my collection. I am am very satisfied with the quality and speed of the software I use..
    But I don’t know if the use of this oftware will have a certain impact on the computer?

    Note: name of programs removed by moderator as spam.

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      Re: tools

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Looking for disc processing tools

      No, this won’t harm your PC. If you’re happy with the software you use, keep using it.

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      Reply To: Looking for disc processing tools

      by apkgstore1 ·

      In reply to Looking for disc processing tools

      Do you need free or paid tools for Disc processing? I am also looking for the same tools.

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      by justickennethson ·

      In reply to Looking for disc processing tools

      Dear lena,

      Thank you for reaching out. I’m glad to hear that you are satisfied with the quality and speed of the software you are using to copy or rip your old DVDs. Generally, the use of such software shouldn’t have a significant negative impact on your computer, as long as you’re using reputable and well-reviewed programs.

      However, it’s always a good idea to ensure that your computer meets the software’s system requirements and that you are using the latest version of the software to benefit from any performance improvements or bug fixes. Additionally, make sure to download such software from official sources to avoid potential security risks associated with unofficial downloads.

      If you encounter any issues or have specific concerns about the impact of the software on your computer, you may want to refer to the software’s documentation or support resources for more detailed information.

      Best regards,
      Kenneth!!

      Note: spam link removed by moderator.

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