Rufus download: Using Rufus utility we can Create Bootable USB Flash Drives, such as USB keys or pendrives, memory sticks, and so on.
Rufus is especially useful for this cases where we need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Linux, Windows, etc).
it works on this system also that does not have an OS installed, in order to flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS and to run any low-level utility.
If we use a non-US keyboard and if we try to create a DOS bootable drive, according to the locale of your system Rufus will attempt to select the keyboard layout.
In this case, FreeDOS which is the default selection that is recommended over the MS-DOS as it supports more than one keyboard layouts. Rufus download free because it’s free software.
so, you can download it free for your windows version. It’s a full offline application.
Now create an ISO image from your physical disc or from a set of files you can easy to make this ISO Image file. For creating an ISO Image file you can use a CD burning application such as the freely available CDBurnerXP or BurnAware.
Windows 7 or later, 32 or 64-bit operating system supported.
Where it can be useful for us:
- For creating a USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc).
- we need to work on a system that doesn’t have an OS installed
- When we need to flash a BIOS or other firmware.
- When we need to run a low-level utility.Rufus application size to too small but it provides everything that you need.
A non-exhaustive list of ISOs Rufus is known to work with it:
Rufus can work with the following* ISOs: Arch Linux, Archbang, BartPE/pebuilder, CentOS, Damn Small Linux, Fedora, FreeDOS, Gentoo, gNewSense, Hiren’s Boot CD, LiveXP, Knoppix, Kubuntu, Linux Mint, NT Password Registry Editor, OpenSUSE, Tails, Trinity Rescue Kit, Ubuntu, Ultimate Boot CD, Parted Magic, Slackware, Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, etc.
Rufus is very fast and the application size is small.
What’s New available here:
- To fix the regression where some ISOs (Debian) would produce a Syslinux error when booting in BIOS mode.
- To fix the potential 0xC0030057 errors when trying to create a persistent partition on a non-FIXED drive
- To Finalize the persistent partition support for Debian and Ubuntu:
- To Debian with persistence should work out of the box with any recent Debian Live ISO.
- The Ubuntu with persistence should also work as IF using a post 2019.08.01 ISO (such as the daily-live update).
- You have to remember, because of bug #1489855, trying to use persistence with Ubuntu ISOs that were been released before August 2019 will only the result in rescue mode during boot – then You have been warned!
- The other distros may work with the persistence as long as they use a Debian-like or Ubuntu-like method, and, in the case of Ubuntu-like if they use to Casper with the #1489855 bugfix.
- To Add a cheat mode (Alt) to switch between percent/ETA/speed on some other operations [It’s EXPERIMENTAL]
- You can Report SuperSpeed+ devices in the log (Come on USB-IF, just add “Ludicrous Speed” already!)
- To fix UI checkboxes (Fixes for old BIOSes) being cleared on to START
- To Fix Can not mount GUID volume regression when creating Windows To Go to the drives
- To fix the Volume label is an invalid error with empty labels on Windows 7 operating system
- To fix the stale progress bar during standalone ext2/ext3 formatting
- To fix an extraction failure with R-Drive Image bootable ISOs
- To disable ISO mode for the Pop!_OS
- Fix Other cosmetic and internal improvements also.
Rufus Supported Language:
Bahasa Indonesia , Bahasa Malaysia , Български , Čeština , Dansk , Deutsch , Ελληνικά ,
English , Español , Français , Hrvatski , 简体中文 , 正體中文 , 日本語 , 한국어 , ไทย ,
עברית , العربية , پارسی , Italiano , Latviešu , Lietuvių , Magyar , Nederlands , Norsk ,
Polski , Português , Português do Brasil , Русский , Română , Slovensky , Slovenščina , Srpski ,
Suomi , Svenska , Tiếng Việt , Türkçe , Українська.
Author: Pete Batard
Version: Rufus download version 3.8 (1.1 MB)
Version: Rufus download version 2.17 (945kb)