With Rufus, you can create USB installation media from bootable ISOs, work on a system that doesn't have an OS installed, flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS and run a low-level utility. It is a powerful utility tool for creating portable bootable versions of operating systems on USB flash such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc. Rufus supports all types of USB and can format the connected devices and create media installation from ISO files. Rufus does not need setup, just download it, insert your storage device (USB) and start creating bootable USB flash drives.
- Create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.)
- How to use Rufus to create bootable USB
- To learn more about the difference between GPT & MBR
- Work on a system that doesn't have an OS installed
- Flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS
- Run a low-level utility
|OPERATING SYSTEM:||Windows XP/7/8/10|
|FILE SIZE:||1.11 MB|
|UPDATED:||Apr 30, 2021|
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Rufus Release Notes
- Improve DD write speed (uncompressed images only).
- Improve checksum computation speed.
- Improve network connectivity detection.
- Only prompt for additional GRUB/Syslinux downloads when not writing in DD mode.
- Fix potential "loss" of disk after writing Ubuntu 20.10 in DD mode.
- Fix GRUB compatibility issue with Ubuntu 21.04.
- Fix Rufus MBR not being selected by default for Windows ISOs.
- Fix drag and drop being enabled during drive creation.
- Add more "exceptions" for forced DD image writing.