The Linux world is always one of the first to implement the great computer innovations, but without thinking too much about less experienced users, causing the interface of the majority of Linux applications to be rather complex and until not so long ago it was very usual to have to perform the vast majority of tasks through the command terminal, but thanks to K3b, this will no longer be necessary to burn a CD/DVD.
Burn optical discs on Linux KDE
K3b provides a rather simple interface to burn any contents on a disc, thanks to this program we will be able to forget about complex configurations because we will have a menu that is similar to many Windows burning applications, where we only have to choose the kind of disk that we want to create and its format.
Once we have chosen the disc and the format, K3b will allow us to select the files that we want to burn, taking charge of any conversion that may be necessary. To compare it with a rather well-known application, K3b is similar to the first few versions of Nero Burning ROM, when it had still not become the multimedia suite that it is today.