Rufus is a software which is specifically used to create and format bootable USB flash drives as well as Live USB. It will configure the Flash drives in such a way that you will be able to use it like discs. It was first released in the year 2011. The developer of the software is Peter Batard. Moreover, it is open-source and free software. It means that you can easily access the source code of the software. Also, it allows you to customize the code. But, it’s upon you if you want to do it or not. It has a wide range of support for multiple platforms and devices. Like, it provides support to a number of bootable, Windows and Linux Distribution .iso files. Plus, it also allows raw disk images. Other than that, it will allow you to create a fresh copy of ISO files in order for reinstallation.
Furthermore, Rufus is only available for Windows devices. It is pretty easy to download and set up the software on your device. You won’t need to watch any type of tutorials before doing that. There is another great feature in the software that it has support to 38 different languages all over the globe. So, you can use it in your preferred language. This quality makes the software a multi-lingual software. It allows you to perform the installation of FreeDOS as well as MS-DOS on any flash drive. Rather than installing, you can even create Windows Go To bootable media. The formatting flash drives which are supported by this software are FAT32, UDF, FAT, NTFS, ReFS or exFAT filesystems. It is a pretty wide range because of which there won’t be any type of compatibility issues of you.