You are looking for [B]external[/B] burner, in that case you will get USB type connection. Do not worry about IDE or SATA, those are for internal burners.
IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) is older type connection, all new machines have SATA (Serial ATA). You can purchase SATA card for PCI slot if you need to connect internal burner with SATA interface.
Those two are USB drives, they will work with either operating system.
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is independent of operating system.
The current ATA/ATAPI standard is the result of a long history of incremental technical development. ATA/ATAPI is an evolution of the AT Attachment Interface, which was itself evolved in several stages from Western Digital’s original Integrated Drive Electronics interface. As a result, many near-synonyms for ATA/ATAPI and its previous incarnations exist, including abbreviations such as IDE which are still in common informal use. With the market introduction of Serial ATA in 2003, the original ATA was retroactively renamed Parallel ATA (PATA).