Universal USB Installer is a very easy to use application that allows you to run a live Linux distribution from a portable USB flash drive.
Although Linux isn’t quite addressed to beginners but you still want to try this version of operating system, don’t worry because Universal USB Installer relies on a fairly user-friendly approach.
The whole process of copying a Linux distribution on a removable USB device has been designed as a wizard, so you just need to follow a total of three steps to get the job done.
First of all, choose the Linux distribution you wish to use. It doesn’t really matter whether you want Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu or Linux Mint, Universal USB Installer supports them all.
And not only that the application comes with support for both older and newer versions of the most popular Linux distributions, but it also provides direct download links to lend you a hand in case you don’t have the ISO file on your local hard disk.
Secondly, provide the location to the ISO and it doesn’t matter whether you downloaded it through Universal USB Installer or the file was already there on the hard disk.
And the last step, choose the USB drive you wish to use, decide whether a format is necessary and set a persistent file size for storing changes. The bigger, the better.
After that, just wait. It doesn’t take more than five minutes and Universal USB Installer does an amazing job, proving to be very effective for most of the supported Linux distributions.
All in all, Universal USB Installer is one of the easiest ways to make your first steps into the world of Linux and it comes with an impressive list of supported Linux distributions.
Universal USB Installer is a Live Linux USB Creator that allows you to choose from a selection of Linux Distributions to put on your USB Flash Drive. The Universal USB Installer is easy to use.
Simply choose a Live Linux Distribution, the ISO file, your Flash Drive and, Click Install.
Other features include; Persistence (if available), and the ability to format the flash drive (recommended) to ensure a clean install.
When the process is completed, you will have a ready-to-run bootable USB Flash Drive that has your chosen Linux version installed on it.
- Fat32 Formatted Flash Drive
- PC with a BIOS that can boot from USB
- Your Favorite Linux ISO
- Added AOMEI (Disk Cloning tool), and gNewSense.