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DVD copy software. Benefits and free versions

Tamara Avatar By: Tamara | Last updated January 21, 2020

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Times are constantly changing, technology keeps advancing and what’s hot today, is old news tomorrow. It is hard to keep up the pace with this never ending tech boom and to always own the latest gadget on the market.

DVDs were once the best solution to store your favorite movies, music and other precious digital information. You might have a huge collection of DVDs in your home that you barely use anymore, be it because the discs have broken or become unusable or you are simply too lazy to pop that disc in when you can easily stream anything online these days.

Why should you use a DVD copy software, you ask? Well, there are several reasons: you ensure the data on them won’t get lost or become inaccessible due to various reasons, by copying it on your computer or making copies of the DVD. In case you lose, break or destroy in any way your original DVD, you can still access the information on it from one of the copies you made. You can also preserve the original DVD more by using the copies. If your children want to look at a favorite movie that you have on a DVD, you can make them a copy and give that to them, so they won’t break the original. Or you may simply want to make more copies to give to your friends, etc. and save some money this way, because you don’t have to purchase the originals. These are just a few examples, but there are many more.

Here are the best 3 free DVD copy software programs you can use to clone your favorite movies, music, etc., if you have a Windows operated computer.

  1. DVD Cloner. It has both a paid and a free trial version that lets you make a full copy free of charge. It is compatible with Windows 10 and other older versions. DVD Cloner allows you to combine more DVDs in a single BD-R/RE or DVD±R DL.
  2. Win DVD Copy Pro. This program also has a free version. It is compatible with Windows 10 and lower, both on 32 and 64 bit. It can easily read DVDs that are code protected (APS, CSS, RCE and more) and it can create clones for DVDs that are scratched or in a bad shape.
  3. DVDFab. Comes with a free edition, too and it works on Windows 10 and older versions. It has a merging option, it works well with copyrighted DVDs and has other useful features.

Although free programs are great we have also reviewed the best of the best for paid products here: