The solid audio quality of this otherwise run-of-the-mill CD ripper helps make up for its uninspiring looks and meager feature set. Like countless similar programs, PCDays converts CD tracks into MP3 or WAV files. Its straightforward interface is not terribly attractive, but at least it’s easy to use. The program automatically detects inserted audio discs; to convert tracks, you simply select them, choose the destination folder, set preferences such as bit rate and quality, and click the appropriate button for the format you want the track to be converted to. The output is quite good. Besides converting files, PCDays can function as a basic music player, displaying the running time of the whole album and each individual track. Apart from that, PCDays doesn’t do much, lacking even the ability to scan forward when playing a track. Still for production quality, an audiophile can’t ask for much more from a track ripper.