Designed as a simple-to-use disc burner, Z-DataDVD provides users with an intuitive working environment and practical tools for writing data to CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs. It comes packed with several configuration settings as well, and requires minimal experience to work with.

The setup procedure may take a while to finish but does not require special attention. As far as the interface is concerned, Z-DataDVD is wrapped in a small window that contains several buttons. It is not particularly attractive, yet simple to navigate.

You can get started by selecting files and folders to include in the burning job, or a previously existing ISO image. The tool can be asked to copy the directory structures as well as to delete any existing compilation or image.

In the next step you can select the burning device, eject or load its contents, explore, unlock or reset it, or erase it if it's a rewritable disc. What's more, you can establish the volume label and format type, cache data before burning it, pick the burning speed, enable multi-session mode, verify data integrity on task completion, run a checkup of the CRC32 hash, and so on.

There were no kind of issues in our tests, since Z-DataDVD did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It runs on low CPUO and memory, so it shouldn't affect the PC's performance overall. However, its interface does not include any visually appealing elements. Nevertheless, you are welcomed to try Z-DataDVD for yourself to find out if it meets your disc burning requirements.