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Win32 Disk Imager
Knowing how to make a bootable USB for both Windows and Linux is essential. Within this guide, I will provide you a few tools in order to do it easily.</p><p><br></p><p>{For quite a while now, using a USB to set up a working system is quite common. |} {In times there was no choice but to burn ISO images on CDs or DVDs; There are a few that we have even used boot diskettes to install MS-DOS there from the Pleistocene. |}</p><p><br></p><p>However, you might have never seen yourself in the position of having to create one. Do not be concerned, in this report we'll tell you <strong>how to make a bootable USB</strong> for Windows and Linux. For this, we are using a software called Disk Imager.</p><p><br></p><p>Win32 Disk Imager is <strong>one of the most popular programs</strong> to create installation and boot media on a USB. {Lately, Win32 Disk Imager 3.0 has just been published, which among other things includes a renewed interface also continues to maintain its enormous simplicity of usage.|}</p><p><br></p><p>To begin with, we'll have to download the program and open it. When we do we'll see an image like the one that presides over these lines. Once you select your ISO image and click on the start button, then the bootable USB making procedure will begin.

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