Installation & Setup
Rating What's Hot:
1Click DVD Copy 5's simple installation will appeal to new users. Dialog boxes appear at almost every turn as you step through the setup. Additionally, the interface is clean and easy to follow with few advanced options to muck up the works.
Here are some images from the installation and set up:
[1clickDVD-setup1.jpg] - Standard Windows Installation.
[1clickDVD-setup3.jpg] - Options Menu within the program.
[1clickDVD-setup5.jpg] [1clickDVD-setup6.jpg] - Where the lack of a decrypter is most felt.
[1clickDVD-setup8.jpg] - Third-party decrypting required.What's Not:
While the setup of 1Click DVD Copy 5 presents few troubles, having to Google to find a decrypter application, then download and install it, is something users might expect from open source or free software, but not from a $60 piece of software. And to add insult to injury, you need to reboot your system before DVD43 will work, and the application launches in the background at startup. Not seamless to say the least.
While the setup itself is simple, there are very few advanced configuration options, if you're the sort of user that wants those options. Finally, as helpful as those popup dialog boxes are, there is no option for disabling them.