Netbooks, the most popular ones these days for every business person, usually lack the DVD/CD drives because of the small size, and most of the document sharing, software installation etc. are done either using an external CD drive, or through the USB drive.
But creating every file compatible and run to install anything big in the netbooks is not easy. Like for example, when you are installing Windows 7 in the netbooks.
Here is a utility that can help you easily create a bootable USB drive to install Windows Vista, Server 2008 or 7. The requirements are –
- A USB Drive (4 GB or more)
- Windows Vista, Server 2008 or 7 ISO image or DVD
- Host OS: Windows Vista (SP1 or SP2), Server 2008 or 7
The utility is a portable one, and does not require any installation. You just need to run the utility and accept to the terms, and it starts for you to proceed to the next step. You can select from the DVD or ISO image version to copy the required files to the USB drive.
This utility makes the work of creating a bootable USB drive for OS installation just a few clicks away.
Thanks to Vishal and his readers for creating and sharing this awesome free and tiny utility that does a perfect and easy job for netbook users.