Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB Creator

linuxlive logo Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB CreatorLinux is also a growing computer Operating system available free for download as part of Opensource project. We have been delivering lots of Linux Tips on this blog. Last time the post similar to this was about Creating Windows 7 USB drive from Linux and this time we are talking about creating a Live USB  drive to boot Linux from Windows.
We are doing this stuff with the help of a software LinuxLive USB creator that helps you create portable, bootable and virtualized USB stick running Linux. You can Download it free from the official website or if you are Ubuntu user then you can download it from Ubuntu Software Center and follow the simple steps below.
The First step is choose your USB key from the list after. But remember your USB drive should be FAT32 or FAT formatted and get the USB drive of size greater than the size of image file.
choose key Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB CreatorIn the second step, Select the source of your Linux based operating system. It may be ISO/IMG/ZIP  file saved inside your hard drive or a CD inserted  into your Computer, also you can download it with the help of same software.
choose source Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB CreatorStep 3 is an Optional step, Persistence is only required if you have chosen ”Download” option in step 2. Persistence space is need  if you want your key to keep downloaded programs and documents in place. So simply proceed to next step.
persistence Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB CreatorStep 4 is also optional, leave the settings unchanged and move to next step.
options Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB CreatorIn the fifth step click the lightening icon on the left and start installation.
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Congratulations! You are done creating bootable USB key for your another Linux Operating System.
Once the software is successful creating the disk, you will see a new file in your windows explorer which looks like in the screenshot below. Now click the file to boot the linux destro on your computer without actually rebooting the windows.
virtualize key Easily Boot Linux from USB Drive With LinuxLive USB Creator

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