|KARLSBAD, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 7, 2000--Ahead Software GmbH have announced the forthcoming introduction of InCD 2.0, a major upgrade to their UDF packet writing solution, InCD 1.3
This time incorporating full Windows 2000 and NT support, and a radical rewrite of the recording engine, InCD 2.0 will finally address the issues of a truly integrated packet writing solution that has the utmost stability, ease of use, and compatibility, across all Windows operating systems.
Packet writing is the method of writing data in small increments (by packets) onto a CD-RW disc. InCD 2.0 uses the UDF (Universal Disk Format) file system. UDF is the world standard file format endorsed by OSTA (Optical Storage Technology Association) and InCD 2.0 supports UDF Version 1.5.
InCD 2.0 is automatically launched when Windows is booted, therefore allowing the flexibility of drive letter access to your CDRW for drag and drop, and direct saving within applications. Files can be saved, renamed and deleted, just like other rewritable storage mediums such as MO, floppy, or hard disk. Furthermore you can even use your recycle folder for removing your unwanted CDRW files.
InCD also offers the definitive in compatibility, as written discs are congruent with DirectCD. Upgrading to InCD 2.0, will therefore not be at the expense of lost or incompatible data.
In particular, for discerning Windows 2000 and NT users, InCD 2.0 will provide the optimum packet writing solution, until now, noticeably missing in that environment.
Availability of InCD 2.0 will be from late Summer 2000.
For further information please visit our web site at www.nero.com or contact David Jones at [email protected]
Ahead Software GmbH develops software applications for CD-R/RW, DVD, and Internet Audio. The company's software products are part of the fastest growing segment in the IT industry. Ahead's product line includes Nero Burning ROM, Nero Media Recorder, InCD, and Feurio. Ahead Software, founded in 1995, is headquartered in Karlsbad, Germany. (www.nero.com)