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[5 Aug 2009 | 4 Comments | ]
UNetbootin – The First Step Towards Linux

Features Overview

Allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for a variety of Linux distributions
Works both from Windows and Linux
Can also be used to load various system utilities like partition managers or system repair tools.

Review
UNetbootin is a small freeware utility that allows you to create bootable USB drives for a wide range of Linux distributions. I decided to install and test Linux Mint on my PC and I didn’t want to create a bootable CD, it’s much easier and comfortable to use and USB disk for that purpose. Although UNetbootin …