We know, we know: How many people actually burn stuff onto CDs these days? Well, while external hard drives that hold several terrabytes of data and flash drives have kind of replaced our reliance on CDs, every now and then they're good for quickly compiling a "Pop Hits of the '80s" CD for your girlfriend or simply for storing your illegal version of Microsoft Office.
Whatever reason you need a CD for, save some moolah by erasing your old, unneeded CD-Rs and rewriting them with new data.
You Will Need:
• A rewritable disc
• Computer with a rewritable disc drive
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