Developer Pete Batard
Download Rufus latest version 2019 free for windows 10, 8, 8.1 and 7 | Setup installer [64 bit, 32 bit]. Top rated small easy tool to create bootable USB drives. Great for making bootable operating system from ISO file (IMG). Safe download with no ads and virus free, developed by Pete Batard (1256).
*: Portable and Offline setup files are provided when available.
Rufus is a top rated small easy tool to create bootable USB drives from Pete Batard. Great for making bootable operating system from ISO file (IMG). It is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc. It helps in the following conditions:
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1- Download the executable and run it – no installation is necessary.
# The executable is digitally signed and the signature should state:
“Akeo Consulting” (v1.3.0 or later)
“Pete Batard – Open Source Developer” (v1.2.0 or earlier)
2- Notes on DOS support:
If you create a DOS bootable drive and use a non-US keyboard, Rufus will attempt to select a keyboard layout according to the locale of your system. In that case, FreeDOS, which is the default selection, is recommended over MS-DOS, as it supports more keyboard layouts.
3- Notes on ISO Support:
All versions of Rufus since v1.1.0 allow the creation of a bootable USB from an ISO image (.iso).
Creating an ISO image from a physical disc or from a set of files is very easy to do however, through the use of a CD burning application, such as the freely available CDBurnerXP or ImgBurn.
4- Notes on UEFI & GPT support:
Since version 1.3.2, Rufus support UEFI as well as GPT for installation media, meaning that it will allow you to install Windows 7, Windows 8 or Linux in full EFI mode.
However, Windows Vista or later is required for full UEFI/GPT support. Because of OS limitations, Windows XP restricts the creation of UEFI bootable drives to MBR mode.