How to Install Linux From USB Flash Drive

Install your favorite distro directly from a flash drive

One thing I noticed is that there are a lot of (complicated) methods to do this thinking about simplifying the thing, after two weeks of research, I found a program that does it right from windows, which makes it easier for those who want to stop being window and switch to Pinguin.

All this thanks to a program that serves to send any OS to the flash drive and make it bootable, this Universal-USB-Installer, has an intuitive interface and easy to use. You can download it from my site on google. (The link is in the program name).

How to use:

On the initial screen accept the contract terms.

Then choose the system you want to send to the flash drive.> Done that, click the browse option and browse to the .ISO image of the system you have chosen. In the option below then just put the 'LETRA' (Drive path of your flash drive) and click 'create' in the lower right corner and wait for the work to be completed.

NOTE: Make sure that the flash drive does not contain any important files for you as it will be formatted (In FAT32).

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