ISO to USB is a very easy to use Windows application designed to help you write ISO images to USB disks with minimum configuration options.
While this could also be only good news for beginners who don’t want to spend too much time setting up complex features, more advanced users may be a bit disappointed.
The good thing however is that ISO to USB remains very easy to use, with all options grouped in a single window for a fairly straightforward approach.
No matter if you wish to create a bootable USB disc or you simply plan to write an ISO image to a removable drive, ISO to USB is there to help you as long as the USB device is larger than the ISO file.
You are thus prompted to input the path to the ISO file and select the USB drive, with multiple file systems supported, namely FAT32, FAT, exFAT and NTFS. Obviously, users are allowed to write down the volume label and make the drive bootable, but this feature is only available for Windows bootable ISO images.
A small status panel at the bottom of the window is being used to keep you updated with information concerning the writing process.
You don’t need a supercomputer to run ISO to USB and that’s quite a good thing, as the application remains very friendly with hardware resources all the time.
Overall, ISO to USB does exactly what it says and nothing more. It provides just a few configuration options and sports a very simple approach to target both beginners and those more experienced.