Computer Bild, one of the best selling German language computer magizine in Europe, never runs out of great promotions.Now, Computer Bild is back again with another cool promotion which gives away Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 CBE (Version 11.0.4 ) full version license key free for everyone. CBE is short for Computer Bild Edition.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 is one of the most popular CD, DVD and Blu-ray disc burning or writing software that delivers all the core disc burning functionality you need in one straightforward, easy-to-use interface. Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 can be used to create data, video, audio and multi-session CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs, in addition to perform disc copying or rip the audio, erase rewritable discs, and more. It’s compact, fast and amazingly easy to use. You just choose from a list of tasks and the software guides you through every step. Ashampoo Burning Studio has been a quite popular alternative to pricey Nero burning tool, although both the tools are commercial products for burning CD/DVD.
Registration & Download: For German speaker, registration and download of Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 CBE should not be a problem. But if you do not know German and still want to try, you may need to follow follow the below screenshots.
1. Visit the Ashampoo Burning Studio 2012 Computer Bild Giveaway Page and download Ashampoo Burning Studio 2010 Advanced installer.
2. After you have finished downloading, just install it. The installation is in German language. But after installation, you can choose the language you would like to use. Also take note that during installation, Ashampoo tries to install Ashampoo toolbar, change your homepage, etc. Make sure to uncheck them if you don’t want the toolbar.
3. After installation finished, it should automatically open a registration page. If it doesn’t you can simply click on the Request Free full version key button. Then enter your e-mail address to grab your free registration details.
Please note: in addition to registering for the free license key, you are also opting in to receive Ashampoo “service letters”. They will send you a nagging email every now and then asking you to upgrade to their latest version down the track (which I normally sent to my trash as soon as I got it). Although you can opt-out of letters after you register via MyAshampoo, it is better not to use your common-mail.