Rufus 3.0.1304: What's New and How to Create Bootable USB Drives with It
You can use a drivemaker program to make the computer bootable. However, some of them are more comprehensive than others. For example, here is a free version that allows you to do a lot of things. Among other things, it allows you to add files to the boot sector, but with an option to save the file system like FAT32, NTFS, exFAT, etc. in its region and format. There is no cost version, but it does not give you the option to add bootable drives. Program description: Start your computer. Now, a list will be shown, which takes a relatively long time to organize. Select Create Startup Disk from the menu, which is available at the bottom of the system. A small window will open. Select the main drive that you want to format. Use an ISO file with an operating system, media, or device. In this case, click on Create, and wait for the operation to end. When you are done, you will have a USB-bootable machine. How to use: Download the freeware Rufus. When you run it, it will ask you to select a drive. Choose the drive, and then click on Create. The next step requires you to select the setup and use. Click the browse button and point the ISO file. Select the ISO file and click on OK. Now, you have to move to the next page. Select the boot loader and the option, and then it will ask you to copy the bootloader. Go to the next page where you can select the items, including format. Select the format from the given list, and then click on OK. Next, you need to point to the main drive where you want to save the startup disk. Click on New, and select the bootable drive and press OK. After that, click on the create button, and when the system is ready, select the bootable USB drive. Click on Start and wait for the finishing operation.
Rufus 3.0.1304 released