Rufus 3.4

Create bootable USB memory sticks for Windows or Linux
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Use a locally saved disk image of an operating system to create a bootable USB dongle from it. The tool works with multiple versions of Windows as well as Linux, works with NTFS as well as FAT file systems and embeds several partition schemes. It also keeps a log of all the operations it performs.

Rufus allows you to create bootable USB drives with Windows, Linux, and other operating systems. It can read OS installations from ISO files and create bootable flash drives easily. You can customer the file system type, cluster size, volume label, etc.

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