The world of digital data and storage is one of the most interesting aspects of technology to study.
Every few years they develop something completely different and larger that requires us to update and change. Is it better for us?
Every time, we must purchase new beloved DVDs, CDs, and other digital information. Of course, the recent inventions have been making it almost obsolete to even carry them on discs. Soon it will all be stored by access keys, online databases, and permission only files for when you need them.
But for now, we are at the transition of DVDs. But what to do with them when they are scratched? Are you going to go and buy a new one, of course not and you should not have to.
People have been backing up their information and try very hard to maintain their databases but sometimes its difficult. Especially when DVDs contain so much information it makes it a costly endeavor and possibly a large portion of your closet. That is why some very smart software engineers have developed a way of backing up your DVDs in a ZIP like formate called DVD shrink.
Another very friendly feature of DVD shrink is the ability to burn discs that were previously blocked to avoid being copied.
This software breaks the code and makes it possible for you to make copies, however we in no way endorse this.. DVD shrink has been downloaded and used by many. , back up your DVD's, it is your right and legal license to have a back up of any digital information that you posses.