XBoot 220.127.116.11 Beta 14
A utility for creating Multiboot USB/ISO
XBoot is a small application that allows you to create your own bootable USB drive or ISO image. Apart from the traditional USB boot makers, XBoot enables its users to create a multiboot USB/ISO drive which can boot a Linux distribution or various utilities.
The application supports over 40 system utilities, Linux distributions and antivirus rescue disks, covering a wide range of tools (Fedora, Ubuntu, Acronis, Kaspersky Rescue Disk etc.). If you don’t have the required ISO file for your preferred tool or Linux distribution, XBoot provides you with the official download links for all the supported products.
After you got all the desired ISO files in one place, all you have to do is to add them into XBoot and choose the operation you want to perform. Creating a new multiboot ISO or USB is just a click away.
If you want to instantly check if your bootable ISO or USB is working, XBoot comes packed with the QEMU utility specially designed for such tasks.
QEMU is a machine emulator and virtualization tool, which allows you to load and run any bootable ISO and even programs and operating systems made for other platforms on your own PC in a virtual environment.
XBoot also allows you to edit your multiboot USB config files. You just need to choose the desired USB device and the configuration file you want to edit.
Reinstalling the USB drive Bootloader is also possible, XBoot giving you the option to choose between Syslinux and Grub4dos.
Using XBoot you will never have any problems when trying to create multiboot USB Linux distributions or rescue tools. The process is simple and fast, making this an easy task from now on.
Reviewed by Cosmin Anton on November 28th, 2011
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What's New in This Release:
- Fixed support for Kaspersky Antivirus rescue cd in Multiboot USB.
- some minor updates.
Application descriptionXBoot is a handy application that was designed in order to help you easily create your own multiboot USB/ISO by using ...