Burning a program to disc

  realist 18:12 28 Dec 2006
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A friend with a slow dial-up connection wants me to copy deepripper and deepburner to disc for him.

Is it just a matter of dragging the .exe files to disc or is there more to it than that?

Cheers

  realist 18:22 28 Dec 2006

They are the free versions by the way so no criminality involved!

download the files to a temp folder (desktop) then burn these files onto a cd/dvd

  palinka 18:30 28 Dec 2006

Download and choose "save" instead of Open/Run. I usually save onto the desktop, for convenience, but anywhere will do.
Now copy to disk (or Flash drive) exactly as you would anything else you want to copy to disk. If your system is XP it's as easy to copy/burn to CD as it is to copy to a floppy.

Then give your friend the disk and he simply copies from the disk to his desktop and then opens the program.

  realist 18:44 28 Dec 2006

Many thanks to both for prompt replies!

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