WinSetupFromUSB is a free program that allows you to create bootable USB flash drives. Flash drives have long been in our lives, and now they are increasingly used to install operating systems. WinSetupFromUSB will help you to create a flash drive from which you can install different versions of Windows and Linux. In a fairly simple program interface, you first need to select media from the list at the top. The FBinstTool button is intended for formatting a flash drive. Save all the valuable data from the flash drive before formatting. The next step is to mark the necessary type of operating system and choose the path to the installation files. The program asks you to specify the distribution where you can find the BOOT and SOURCES folders. The program supports BartPE, WinBuilder, UBCD4Win and WinFLPC.
If you need to create a bootable flash drive to install Linux, you can choose between the following options: ISO image compatible with PartedMagic, Ubuntu, Grub4dos; SysLinux bootsector or Linux distribution using SysLinux. Before you copy files to a flash drive, you can use the Advanced options checkbox. However, these options are recommended only for advanced users. When using Advanced options, you can test the distribution you've created with the Test in QEMU checkbox to make sure everything is working smoothly. At the same time, the developer once again warns that such a test may not reflect the result on the real "hardware" and it should be used at your own risk.
WinSetupFromUSB allows users to easily create bootable USB drives to install multiple versions of Windows and Linux operating systems.