An easy to use all-in-one solution is the free foobar2000. Besides Foobar2000, you only need a burning software and I suggest ImgBurn.
Once you installed both free software, the steps are rather simply:
[/li][li]Go to menu [B]File[/B] and select [B]Open Audio CD[/B]
[/li][li]If you have more than one drive, select the one where you inserted the CD
[/li][li]Press the button [B]Play[/B]
[/li][li]Immediately after the disc start to play, stop it pressing the [B]Stop[/B] button on the main window.
[/li][li]Select all files in the main window and right click on the selection, then select the command [B]Tagging[/B] --> [B]Get Tags from freedb[/B]. Of course this require an active internet connection
[/li][li]Once the database find the information, press the button [B]Update Files[/B]
[/li][li]Finally, select the tracks you want to keep to build your personal compilation. To select multiple tracks, press the left mouse button holding pressed the “[B]CTRL[/B]” button on the keyboard
[/li][li]Right click on the selected files and select [B]Convert[/B] --> [B]Convert to…[/B]
[/li][li]From the drop-down box, select [B]WAV[/B] and then press [B]OK[/B]
[/li][li]Select a folder where to save the ripped files and wait until all files are copied on the hard disk
[/li][li]Once all files are on your HDD, repeat the same operation with other CDs and collect all the songs you want to put in your personal compilation in the same folder. Once you collected 700 MB of wav files, you are ready for the next step
[/li][li]Remove all CDs from the player and go to menu [B]File[/B] and select [B]Open[/B]. Navigate to the folder where you saved all WAV files, and then select all files and press the button [B]OPEN[/B].
[/li][li]In the main window select all files and righe click on the selection. Select [B]Convert[/B] --> [B]Generate album images with CUE sheet or chapters[/B]
[/li][li]Press the button [B]OK[/B] and wait and write a name for your compilation, for example [B]My_Compilation[/B].
[/li][li]When the program finish the work, you should have in the folder a file named [B]My_Compilation.wav[/B] and a file named [B]My_Compilation.cue[/B]
[/li][li]You are almost ready to burn your personal compilation. Run ImgBurn and select the [B]Write Mode[/B].
[/li][li]Open the [B].CUE[/B] file and insert a blank CD on your burner.
[/li][li]Select a burning speed (for audio CDs the best option is 16x). I suggest to not burn faster than 16x, or some players will be not able to read the disc.
[/li][li]Press the Write button in the lower part of the main window, and wait until the writing process is completed.
I hope that the list is enough clear