Now you can find a lot of applications to make a bootable USB flash drive, a lot of software has been installed on a computer using a bootable USB flash drive. The Usage begins to shift the bootable DVD or CD role as a medium for installing the software. Applications for making Bootable USB flash drives and ISO files are now easily obtained. One of the applications that considered as the best and free is Rufus. Rufus is an Open source portable application for creating bootable USB flash drives made by Pete Batard from Okeo Consulting that helps to format and make a USB flash device bootable, such as a flash drive, memory card. Besides it has small size, but Rufus provides everything you need! One more thing, Rufus returned quickly.
Rufus has also claimed on its official website that it can be twice as fast as some similar applications including the Windows 7 USB / DVD Download Tool to create a Windows 7 installation drive and a Linux bootable USB from an ISO file. the ease of using Rufus is the file are small and don’t need to be installed when you want to use them. You simply double-click the executable file and the application runs immediately. It is very useful when you face cases like; need to make a USB installation media from a bootable ISO (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.), need to flash the BIOS or other firmware from DOS, need to work on a system that does not have an OS installed, and if you want to run a low-level utility.
Some features that consist of Rufus, which are;
supports for making bootable ISOs for multiple operating systems
has a Features to check for “bad blocks”
The process of making a bootable USB is relatively faster
has a simple interface so it’s not difficult to use
Very small size (only 146 KB without FreeDOS and 407 KB with FreeDOS)