With this tool it is easy to format and create a bootable USB, hard drive or memory card.
Rufus is a simple utility designed to help you format and create bootable or bootable USB with Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 systems, as well as being compatible with the most popular versions of Linux.
Rufus offers interesting execution alternatives and like any tool of its kind, Rufus also has options to set the type of format and check for errors on the device. The process for which the program is directed is very simple. You just need to have the ISO of the selected system to proceed with the formatting.
Creation: In order to resolve startup problems, this software create boot devices from removable devices such as USB key/pen drives and memory sticks. It is also possible to save the bootable drive as ISO image for more safety.
Formatting: once inserted into the port of the PC, the removable drive is immediately detected by Rufus. After that, the user is given the possibility to format the device. It provides several setting that can be adjust according to the user needs.
Customization: what is interesting with Rufus is that it allows adjusting the type of the boot device by choosing its system format between FAT and NTFS, or defining the cluster size.
Accessibility: This is multi-language software that is available in 30 languages, especially English.
How Much Does It Cost?
This is a free version whose source code can be reprogrammed and redistributed.
Rufus is able to run a low-level utility.