Create a bootable USB in an easy way with Rufus, this small but useful program will help us create bootable flash drives for multiple operating systems like Windows and Linux.
Easy-to-use program with standard and advanced options for formatting USB drives and creating boot disks quickly and with minimum effort
Rufus is a lightweight application designed to help you format and create bootable USB flash drives. For example, you can format and create USB keys / memory units, memory sticks, etc.
It may be especially useful for cases when:
– Create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, etc.) –
Work on a system that does not have an operating system installed –
Boot a BIOS or other firmware from DOS – You
want to run a low level utility.
Despite its small size, Rufus offers everything you need.
Oh, and Rufus is fast. For example it is almost twice as fast as UNetbootin, Universal USB Installer or the Windows 7 USB download tool, in creating a USB installer of Windows 7 from an ISO. It is also slightly faster in creating Linux bootable USBs from ISOs.
Rufus v2.16.1170 Multilanguage
English Incl. | 1.73 MB | Win XP / Vista / 7/8 / 8.1 / 10
Latest Changes Version 2.12.1054
a cheat mode (Alt-O) to create an ISO from the first optical media found
Enable target system selection for Windows
Enable NTFS selection for Syslinux 6.x (EXPERIMENTAL)
Fix an issue that allowed BIOS target selection with pure UEFI images
Fixed license for RTL languages
Update Grub4DOS and FreeDOS to latest
Additional fixes and improvements