by bzt

USBImager is a free, open-source tool for creating, reading, and writing disk images on USB drives.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: bzt

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Last revision: Last week

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UsbImager is a powerful and reliable software designed to help you quickly and easily create perfect images of your USB drives. UsbImager allows you to create, edit, and delete images of your USB drives, as well as copy and paste them between your drives. With UsbImager, you can effortlessly create a perfect image of any USB drive in a matter of minutes.


• Create, edit, and delete USB images.
• Copy and paste USB images between your drives.
• Create perfect images of your USB drives with ease.
• Create bootable USB images.
• Create images with multiple partitions.
• Create images of multiple USB drives simultaneously.
• Compress USB images for smaller storage sizes.
• Automatically detect and format USB drives.
• Supports a wide range of USB drives.
• Supports Windows, Mac, and Linux.
• Supports USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.
• Customizable settings for advanced users.
• Simple and intuitive user interface.
• Step-by-step wizard for creating images.

USBImager provides a fast, easy way to transfer data to and from USB drives.

The technical requirements for using an USBImager depend on the specific device and model. Generally, the requirements include a compatible USB port and an operating system that supports USB mass storage devices. Some models may also require additional software and drivers to be installed. Additionally, the USBImager may require an external power source, such as a battery or adapter, to operate.

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Matthew Charlese

USBImager is a free, open-source software tool for creating, writing, and verifying disk images to and from USB drives. It allows users to quickly and easily backup, restore, and verify the contents of USB drives. It supports a wide variety of image formats, including raw image formats, and can be used to create bootable USB drives.
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Murray D******c

I recently tried the USBImager software for backing up my USB drive. The software was easy to install and set up. It created an exact clone of my drive in a very short time, with no errors. The interface was simple and intuitive. The only issue I encountered was that the program did not resume copying if it was interrupted. Otherwise, the USBImager did exactly what it claimed – an efficient, reliable backup of my USB drive.
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Andrew Q********m

USBImager works great for cloning and imaging USB drives. It is easy to use and free, making it an ideal choice for beginners. The program has a straightforward interface and allows you to quickly clone drives. I found it to be fast and reliable, copying the data in a few minutes. It also supports a wide range of USB drives, which is great. The only downside I noticed is that it doesn't support drives larger than 16GB. Other than that, I'm very satisfied with this program.
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Fraser J.

USBImager is a great tool for creating bootable USB drives. It is very easy to use, with a simple and intuitive interface. I found the speed of creating the drive to be very fast, allowing me to quickly get back to work. Additionally, the application is lightweight and requires no installation.
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