[QUOTE=jeff53404;2165246]Nero has used different terms depending on where it is marketed. For example, in the European market, the full program suite is called Premium. In the North American market, it’s called Ultra.
Limited versions, often bundled with some drives, are called OEM or Essentials and these versions can be further delineated by “suite numbers”. Some of these products are tied to the specific drive and cannot be used on another system. It’s all rather confusing.
I have no idea with what was included with your purchased program but Nero is a Suite which includes individual programs (e.g. Nero Recode, Nero Vision, Nero Showtime, etc.). Some of these programs are full-featured and others are limited depending on what you purchased.
If you purchased a full version, you probably have more than enough to meet your needs. If your version is a limited one, it may still meet your needs. It depends what you want to do.
It would help to have a list of what was included in your purchase (e.g. Start/ Programs/Nero).[/QUOTE]
Thanks Jeff53404 and your right it is all very confusing especially when you don’t really know what you are on about!
The one I’ve bought is actually called Nero 6 and Nero Powerpack and all that I really want it to do is to copy and convert films etc. and to record audio cds and of course to watch movies etc. even though I know that I have windows for that so I can use that also.
I just wondered if there was anything ‘extra’ on the reloaded one that adds on to what I’ve already got. I wish that they would call them all the same thing as it would save alot of the confusion, well for me anyway!
Many thanks for your advice.