Here is the ISO recorder from Alex Feinman, and no Open Candy or other junkware is included.
Here's versions for all Windows OS's. All are adware & junkware free.
If Ubuntu is installed, you can always use Brasero. It's easy to use.
The laptop is an Inspiron 1501 Dell laptop. It says Turion 64. Does that mean it is 64 bit?
Yes, that means it's a 64 bit notebook capable of running 64 bit OS's. However, RAM limitations may keep you from getting the best out of it. My recommendation if the computer is 64 bit, have 4GB (likely it's max) of RAM installed for the best experience. Though even if shipped with 2GB, with Linux there's less overhead than with Windows & you can still run a 64 bit OS fairly well, though in all honesty, I'd recommend an XFCE OS, there's Xubuntu, Linux MInt 17.1 XFCE & others. I know it to be fact that Mint has a 64 bit XFCE OS, Xubuntu is a widely used XFCE OS.
The Turion 64 preceded the Athlon 64, the latter was my first & only experiences with AMD CPU's, one of my current PC's has an Athlon X2 64. My old Dell notebooks from the 2003-06 era had single core Intel Pentium M CPU's & 2GB of either DDR or DDR2 RAM. Generally speaking, if the CPU is dual core, there is 'X2' in the name of these, though it's possible in early builds this wasn't the case. Have never personally never seen a single core 64 bit CPU, either, though these may very well exist. Here's some reading that may be helpful in identifying what you have.
EDIT: Xubuntu is an XFCE distro.
Edited by cat1092, 19 April 2015 - 11:13 PM.