XBOOT is yet another neat little Multiboot ISO USB Creator for Windows. Similar to YUMI, this Windows-based application can be used to create a Live Linux Multiboot Bootable USB. The utility can also be used to create a Multiboot ISO file containing multiple distributions which can then be burnt to a CD/DVD.
It supports many Linux Distributions and Utilities and additionally allows you to use your choice of a Grub or Syslinux bootloader. Also included is a built-in QEMU emulator. Enabling users to boot an ISO from within Windows.
Windows: If you’re worn out on overseeing five or six different live CDs for testing and investigating, free program XBoot will assist you with combining them all onto one DVD or thumb drive with straightforward intuitive straightforwardness.
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Let’s get real here for a minute, I’ve amassed many live CDs throughout the long term that I might want to keep, like GParted, Ophcrack, and the many kinds of Linux I have lying around. Tragically, they generally appear to get covered under the wide range of various CDs I have, or left at others’ homes. XBoot gets rid of the requirement for all that, making one bootable USB drive with any ISOs you need on it.
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About XBOOT – Multiboot ISO/USB Creator
XBoot is an easy-to-use utility for creating Multiboot USB/ISO. You may have seen many bootable ISO files like Linux live CDs, Antivirus rescue CDs, etc. XBoot can combine these ISO files in to one Multiboot ISO file or create Multiboot USB in just a few clicks. Simply Drag and drop ISO files into XBoot and click Create ISO or Create USB button.
Steps for Creating a Live Multiboot USB with XBOOT
Download, extract and run the latest version of XBOOT
- Drag and drop some ISOs into the XBOOT window
For example, here I am using the Xiaopan iso file.
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- Select Create USB
- Then choose your USB Drive from the Droplist
- Select a Bootloader to use
- Click OK to begin creation
A copy notification window appears to keep you informed of the progress. Once the process is complete, you should have a Bootable Multiboot USB Flash Drive with your ISO selections installed.