File: Rufus

Version: 4.2 (portable)

ADDED ON: 2023-08-01

PLATFORM: windows 32-bit

DESCRIPTION: Rufus is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc. Rufus allows you to create Windows 11 USB installers that can bypass TPM 2.0, Secure Boot and 4GB requirement. Rufus can bypass the requirement to sign in with a Microsoft account.

- Source code @ Github:

Version 4.2 (2023.07.26)
- Add detection and warning for UEFI revoked bootloaders (including ones revoked through SkuSiPolicy.p7b)
- Add ZIP64 support, to extract .zip images that are larger than 4 GB
- Add saving and restoring current drive to/from compressed VHDX image
- Add saving and restoring current drive to/from compressed FFU (Full Flash Update) image [EXPERIMENTAL]
- Fix a crash when trying to open Windows ISOs, with the MinGW compiled x86 32-bit version
- Fix an issue where ISOs that contain a boot image with an EFI label are not detected as bootable
- Increase the ISO -> ESP limit for Debian 12 netinst images
- Ensure that the main partition size is aligned to the cluster size

MORE INFO: [web]


Rufus screenshot