NetDVD Review and Twitter Giveaway
***Enter the Twitter giveaway by clicking the 'retweet' button to your left and following @NetbookReviews on Twitter! Read more about the software and giveaway below***
NetDVD is a software developed by the folks over at Blue Lion Software and it's an inexpensive way to install software from CD's / DVD's on your "disk driveless" netbook. To put it simply, the software connects to the server machine (your laptop or desktop with a disk drive) and then you run the client software on your netbook and like magic you can operate the disk drive that's on your laptop through your netbook. The benefits of this are obvious - if you have software on a CD or DVD then you can simply run NetDVD and install the software on your netbook without having to pay for a more expensive external DVD drive. I created a quick demo video for you to check out below:
There is a try and buy option so if you want to ensure it works for your particular set up before buying that option is available to you. You can download or buy the software here, or you can win one of five free copies!
There are two ways to win one of five free NetDVD licenses and both involve Twitter:
1. Retweet this story to your Twitter followers. Simply click the tweet button in the top left corner of this blog post and I will be able to track which Twitter users Retweet the story and thus are entered in the random drawing. (2 licenses will be given way with this method)
2. Follow @NetbookReviews (our Twitter profile) and you are eligible to win this software for free (3 licenses will be given away with this method)
More Contest Details / Legalities:
Because this is not a physical product the contest is open to anyone in the world (void where prohibited). The contest runs for just 10 days and the winners will be contacted via Twitter direct message and given one week to claim their prize before another random drawing occurs. You can enter via both methods listed above to increase your chances of winning.
As always feel free to discuss this software in the forum or via the blog comments. Good luck!
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