Well, seriously, what does it take to eject a DVD tray? The job doesnt seem to take even a bit of an effort. And thats where the trick is; the ease only seems to be there. Once you start pushing that Eject button more or less regularly, you will start dreaming about some handy utility that would take that hard burden off your shoulders.
With FastEject running on the PC, the disc ejection load will becomes lighter by half or even more, as all the tray open / close operations now could be done «remotely», from the keyboard — the actions can be assigned to keyboard shortcuts — or the mouse — by clicking on the special basket floating on top of all windows.
So simple and easy to figure out — the FastEject basket can be dragged with the mouse all over the screen or docked to any of its edges. Powerful at the same time — just right-click on any of the Eject buttons on Desktop to access the «tune-up box» with settings and the very special burner fans commands: Open All and Close All. Get the picture: a single mouse click opens an entire line of burner trays, then discs get changed, and another click closes the entire line back.
Mastering numerous disc trays now takes only a click.
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