MultiBoot USB

by velociraptor

A reboot restore system for windows programs

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: velociraptor

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MultiBoot USB is a program that can turn a regular USB flash drive into a software storage device and even more - make it multiboot. That is, several operating systems and images of live discs with different programs (Acronis True Image, Ultimate Boot CD) can be written to a "flash drive" of sufficient size. They will not "disturb" each other and will be able to be launched and installed separately. MultiBoot USB supports the creation of a convenient boot menu so that the user doesn't get confused with the variety of content recorded on a USB flash drive.

In the Multiboot Media Setup window, you can format the multiboot media into the desired file system, specify a label, and select the recording mode for the same files. But the most interesting "chip" hides under the key "Qemu". It runs a media simulation and learns how it will "behave" during the boot process. Basically, these are all parameters available to the user. There is no window with MultiBoot USB settings. They can only be changed by "manual" editing of the Gonfig file.

MultiBoot USB allows users to store and independently run multiple operating systems or software programs from a single USB flash drive.

As you can see, MultiBoot USB is not the most "flexible" program of its kind. But it's completely free. At special desire of developers it is possible to support financially (requisites for donations are on an official site), but this business is exclusively voluntary.

- Create a multi-boot media with operating system and Live disk images;

- a convenient menu for selecting the desired content;

- Select a file system and volume label;

- Simulation of bootable rescue media using a third-party QEMU program;

- a simple interface consisting of one window;

- high speed recording.

Allows booting of multiple OS from a single USB drive.
Easily switch between different operating systems without dual boot.
Portable, versatile, and great for diagnostics or system recovery.

Can be complicated for users with limited technical knowledge.
Possible compatibility issues with certain operating systems.
Risk of data corruption or loss during installation process.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Aiden
This software will change any USB flash drive into something more than a simple storage device. The software is downloaded free and changes your USB accordingly. You have to make sure there is enough space on your USB drive to fit what you need to go on it.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Cameron
This is a really good piece of software and downloaded an installed so that i could run multiple ISO files on mulitple devices using USB. It is brilliant for linux. I had no troubles downloading and installing. It was relatively quick and easy to use and I managed to use many different platforms using this to fun many ISO fileS. i highly recommend.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Riley Z.
MultiBoot USB is a software that allows users to create a bootable USB drive with multiple operating systems installed on it. It can be used to install multiple operating systems on a single computer, allowing users to switch between them without having to reboot the computer. The software also provides a way to create backups of existing operating systems, as well as a way to restore them in the case of system failure.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Sam M.
I have used MultiBoot USB software to create a bootable USB drive. The process was quite straightforward and was completed within 10 minutes. The software also provides a helpful guide, which made the whole process even easier. I was pleased to find that it supports a variety of operating systems, such as Windows, Linux, and MacOS. Another great feature of the software is that it offers the ability to customize the boot menu. I also found the software to be quite reliable, as no errors occurred during the process. The only issue I ran into was that the software is quite slow when it comes to writing data to the USB drive. All in all, it is a useful tool for creating bootable USB drives.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Blair W*******u
MultiBoot USB software is a great way to install multiple operating systems on a single USB drive. I found it easy to use and it worked well with most of the OSs I tried. It was also able to handle a large number of system files on the same drive. The interface is intuitive and the instructions are clear. Overall, I had a good experience with the software.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Nathan C********a
The software makes it easy to create a bootable USB with multiple operating systems. The user interface is simple and straightforward. The process of adding ISO files and creating the bootable USB is fast and efficient. It is compatible with a wide range of operating systems. The software is a great tool for anyone who needs to work with different operating systems. Some users may experience issues with compatibility or errors during the process.
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MultiBoot USB software allows users to create a bootable USB drive that can run multiple operating systems or software tools.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Leo
MultiBoot USB is a powerful software tool that allows users to install multiple live Linux distributions on a single USB drive. The standout feature of this utility is its portability, since it runs entirely from a USB drive without needing installation. This makes it an ideal solution for those who constantly switch between different Linux environments.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Rory
Used this tool to create a bootable USB with multiple OS options easily and efficiently.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Cooper
Easily adds multiple ISO files. Occasionally experiences glitches.
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