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How To Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive

Saturday , 2, May 2020 Comments Off on How To Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive

Windows is the most famous operating system in the world. Normally, we use softwares like Rufus to install Windows. Today we are going to talk to you in-depth about Rufus. Rufus is the best software in its category. You can create bootable USB drives easily using Rufus. A bootable USB drive is a USB drive that can be used to boot a computer. In this article, we are going to explain to you what Rufus is and what the application is for. Once we clarify that, we will explain how to use Rufus Portable step by step.

Rufus was first released on December 14, 2011. It was developed by Pete Batard. Over time, Rufus has evolved while maintaining its standards. Rufus' primary function is to create bootable USB drives. You can do several things using these bootable USB drives.  Rufus primarily focuses on functionality and ease of use. In addition, it is an extremely light application that only takes up 1 MB of space, which means that you can use it on practically any computer. Now, I'll show you how to create a bootable USB drive using Rufus.

Before starting this, first of all, you have to download the ISO image of your preferred operating system. After that, you have to download Rufus and install it. To download Rufus, you have to go to the official Rufus website. There are two versions of Rufus available on the website. The normal version and the portable version. The portable version can be used without installing it. Other than that, there really isn't much difference between the two. When you open Rufus, the first thing you will see is a small window with a few settings. Now it is time to plug your USB flash drive to the computer. After that, you have to load the ISO file that you have downloaded into Rufus. After doing that, if you know what you are doing, you can play with settings. If not simply click on the "Start" button to create your bootable USB flash drive. The status bar will turn in to green once the process is completed and then you can eject the USB flash drive from your computer.