Linux users often want to tinker with new builds move them to other machines and also have convenient backups. It?s this kind of versatility that makes Linux so attractive as an alternative operating system to Windows. Linux can even be installed to a USB flash drive that?s where the free Universal USB Installer comes in making that process as easy as 1 2 3.
Simplified Linux Installation
The basic idea of Universal USB Installer is exactly what it sounds like it?s a universal streamlined installer for Linux to USB. Now while it is easy it isn?t fool proof. You need a pretty good knowledge of Linux. Fortunately there are links right there on the interface to help you. Installation is just a case of picking a Live Linux Distribution the ISO file and the USB drive. This will leave you with a bootable USB. You have a few extra features like being able to format the drive first or set a Persistent file size where suitable. The process is quite quick for modern USB drives but there are a lot of ?ifs and buts? about device compatibility.
Lightweight Linux Options
Universal USB Installer is really handy if you want to backup move or experiment with Linux builds. The build is very light and the software is free. You really have all you need for this task here in one package provided your devices are compatible.
- Updated to support Linux Mint 12 and Pardus Linux