Etcher, the open-source, cross-platform image writing tool, recently scored an update that adds some handy new features and some welcome bug fixes.
Learn how to create a bootable Windows 10 USB on Ubuntu or other Linux distros using a USB writing tool called 'WoeUSB'. Spoiler alert: it's easy.
Looking for an easy-to-use way to create a bootable USB stick on Linux? This nifty new app can help. Heck, it even runs on Windows and Mac OS X, too.
Expect to see a larger Ubuntu desktop installation image size by the time the Yakkety Yak is released later this year.
With Ubuntu 16.04 LTS inching ever closer to release, now feels like a good time to recap how easy it is to make an bootable Ubuntu USB drive. Just like the live CD, a live Linux USB allows you to boot Ubuntu on […]
Say hello to a new app called GNOME MultiWriter. It allows a single ISO or IMG file to written to as many as 20 USB drives at the same time.
USB pendrives - those little things in your pocket that can sometimes save your skin. They are so small, yet they can be so extremely useful. So what happens if you want to try out a GNU/Linux distro, but you don't want or can't use a CD/DVD - the answer is pretty simple - you make a LiveUSB.
The handy Windows app 'Linux Live USB Creator' has been updated to include support for Ubuntu 11.10 and its derivatives.
With the release of Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 many of you will be grabbing the nearest USB stick available and taking the Narwhal for a whirl. If you’re a dual booter using Windows then try […]