A couple of years ago, when Windows 7 was released, we had posted about EasyBCD software, a free (for personal use) software that lets you edit boot entries, create bootable USB, add virtual machine & ISO entries to boot menu, add new OS to boot menu and more. Even today, it’s one of the best free apps out there for Windows and it’s one of the few apps that I install immediately after installing Windows operating system.
There are a couple of free software out there that help you in many ways and WinSetupFromUSB is certainly one of them. If you have been following our articles, then you should know that WinSetupFromUSB isn’t just another tool out there to prepare bootable Windows USB or a tool designed to help you install Windows from USB. It’s a much more capable tool.
To start with, WinSetupFromUSB lets you prepare a bootable USB drive using your Windows ISO file so that you can easily install Windows 7/8/8.1 from a USB drive. The core feature of this software is that it lets you prepare multi-boot USB drives, meaning that you can install all recent versions of Windows from the same USB drive.
For instance, you can prepare a bootable USB drive containing Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 setup files so that you can easily install these versions of Windows from the same USB without having to prepare separate USB drives.
In addition to Windows versions, it also lets you add Linux, WinPE images, BartPE, UBCD (Ultimate Boot CD) and many other useful tools to the USB drive.
The best thing about this free software is that it sports a very easy-to-use interface and all options are on the same page. You just have to select the versions of Windows and other tools that you would like to add to your USB and then hit the Go button.
Please visit the developer’s page to download the latest version of the software. It’s just 22 MB!