WinSetupFromUSB is a small application that prepares USB flash drives to make them bootable USB keys from various ISO images. WinSetupFromUSB can be used to install Windows 2000 to 8.1. and it also works with many Linux-based ISOs; Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS and others.
WinSetupFromUSB can also work with PE and PE2-based images, Syslinux/ Isolinux-compatible discs, and anything else which can handle grub4dos CD emulation, such as Ultimate Boot CD or Acronis. Interestingly, WinSetupFromUSB is able to combine any of these images into a single disc. All you need to do is point the program at the ISOs you need and WinSetupFromUSB will create a USB key with a boot menu where you make the choice of what you need.
What can be added to the USB disk using WinSetupFromUSB:
- Multiple sets of Windows setup files- XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, WIndows 7, Server 2008, Windows 8, Server 2012, both 32 and 64 bit versions are supported. As of version 1.1 program allows to create a USB disk which can boot both in BIOS and (U)EFI mode.
- Multiple WinPE2 (Vista and above) based sources from ISO files such as Windows Defender Offline, recent Norton Ghost versions and PE (preinstallation environment) based PC manufacturers recovery disks.
- Single WinPE1 source, such as BartPE, UBCD4Win, LiveXP and similar WinBuilder projects, WinFLPC etc.
- Multiple Linux-based distributions and utilities from ISO files- Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS to name a few, this includes most Antivirus Rescue Disks
- Many other ISO images as long as they are compatible with grub4dos CD emulation, such as Ultimate Boot CD, most DOS based utilities, Acronis and Paragon boot disks and so on
- Syslinux boot menu and optionally single source which uses Syslinux or Isolinux as boot loader
- Updated imdisk package for compatibility with latest Windows 10 versions
- Added Windows 10 in all GUI elements