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Why You Should Download Nero

Nero Trial Version

Users can try out the other features for the 15-day period to try and determine if Nero would be a good fit for their requirements.
A mighty challenge faced by all manufacturers of paid software tools in the present day is the presence of a spirit of sales resistance among potential users. To effectively address this state of affairs, software product vendors need to authoritatively prove that their product provides excellent value for money.

Since it would be unrealistic to expect a vast number of customers to pay for a software utility or product suite solely based on others' reviews and try out the product for themselves post purchase, it becomes essential to allow users access to a 'working' trial version of the tool(s) that can give them a good idea of the product's capabilities and potential pitfalls as well.

Nero provides such a trial version for potential customers. It is designed to only function for 15 days, giving the user ample time to take it for a test run. In addition, certain features such as support for BD-AV and MPEG-4 formats, and AVCHD authoring are disabled in the trial.

Users can try out the other features for the 15-day period to try and determine if Nero would be a good fit for their requirements.