Do I really need to load InCD?



Whassup with this packet writing? I currently have InCD so it automatically loads when my machine boots. However, can I just use Nero to write to (and erase and format) CDRW disks, and skip using InCD altogether? If I don’t really need it to use CDRWs, I’d like to remove it, less clutter in my machine, fewer resources used, etc…

What say you? Thanks!


You only need InCD if you want to write on rewritable media ‘on the fly’ - as if it was a big floppy.

If you’re happy using rewritable media using the main Nero program, you don’t need InCD, and you may as well uninstall it.