With the help of Ventoy you can create a bootable USB drive from the ISO files on your hard drive in few easy steps, regardless of whether you are using UEFI, legacy BIOS or GPT systems. The interface is based on a simple menu and has been created for the user who wants to reinstall his operating system. In addition, Ventoy can work with dozens of operating systems.
How to use:
– Go to the application’s main window and click the “Create Bootable USB Drive” button.
– Select the ISO file you want to use, set the internal drive to the source of the boot operation, decide the device you want to install it and click the “Create” button.
– Wait a few seconds and your USB bootable disk will be ready. It will be added to the “Bootable USB Drives” section of the application window.
– Create bootable USB drives with several operating systems, including Windows, Linux and Mac OSX.
– Supports ISO files over 4 GB in size.
– Enables you to work with UEFI, legacy BIOS or GPT systems.
– No third-party applications are required to get started with the creation of the bootable USB.
– Adds the ISO file to the boot menu, so that you can select the file for the subsequent operation.
Ventoy License Agreement:
Ventoy is a freeware program. Any of the file sizes is your own property, but you may not sell, license, rent or transfer the program or any part of it without our written permission.
Wizard-based interface to create bootable USB drives from your computer’s ISO files.
Flexible ISO creation. You can select Windows, Linux or Mac OSX as operating system and set it as the boot device. You can also decide where on your hard drive the source should be located. The created bootable USB drives are added to a special boot menu in your system. This enables you to choose the bootable USB device to reboot your computer.
Ventoy Pro Version:
Professional version of Ventoy. You can create bootable USB drives for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. The created bootable USB drives will be added to the boot menu of your system. This enables you to choose the bootable USB device to reboot your computer.BDEPEND=>=dev- a77f14ba26
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