WinSetupFromUSB is a Windows application that prepares your bottle for installing Windows versions of 2000 / XP, booting various Linux and BSD, and other versions of Windows, Linux, DOS, and other utilities. Since Version 1.1 can create a USB drive with versions of Windows that support UEFI (Vista x64 SP1 and later x64), which USB drive can be used in both the (U) EFI and Legacy BIOS modes? What can we install on our stick? Windows installation files - XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008, Windows 8, Server 2012 and 32 and 64 bit versions.
From version 1.1 the program allows you to create a USB drive that can boot into both BIOS and UEFI environments. Multiple WinPE2-based sources (Vista and above) from ISO files such as Windows Defender Offline, recent Norton Ghost versions, and PC-based recovery discs (PE pre-installation environment). such as WinPE1, BartPE, UBCD4Win, LiveXP and similar programs WinBuilder, 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 and many other ISO images, as long as they are compatible with grub4dos CD emulation, such as the Ultimate Boot CD, most DOS-based utilities, Acronis and Paragon boot disks, and more.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
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