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Deepburner is not free software, it's "free for 30 days" and that makes it fall into the shareware caterogy

No, it comes in free and pro versions. I have never noticed anything about 'free for 30 days' and my copies continue to work... Dsergeant (talk) 09:26, 21 July 2008 (UTC)

Program is outdated.[edit]

Portable version doesn't support UNICODE, filenames with some cyrillic characters, long filenames. It is completely useless if you are not englishspeaking normalfag. + Very uninformative interface.(Doesn't show filesizes, foldersizes, number of files. You will need to count files manually to be sure that they are all there, because of unicode.) — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 7 May 2014‎