UNetbootin is a utility for creating bootable flash drives using images of Linux / BSD operating systems.
The program has a fairly simple interface, in which even an inexperienced computer user can create a bootable OS image and save it on a flash drive or hard drive. The internal utility directory provides a huge selection of the 40 most common distribution versions: Arch Linux, Damn Small Linux, Xubuntu, etc. For each version offers a brief description and a link to the official website of the developer. To create a bootable flash drive, the user can select an already downloaded .ISO image. It is enough to indicate its location (path) and select the required recording medium.
- does not require installation;
- supports work with all known versions of Linux BSD-distributions;
- two creation modes: on a flash drive and on a hard disk;
- official OS sources;
- automatically detects connected removable devices;
- Performs a non-destructive installation, in which no formatting of the media is required;
- allows you to create multiple images on one medium.
- partial Russification of the interface;
- Sometimes a sudden download of the distribution kit happens.