Tails is an excellent option for an anonymous operating system. Learn how to make your own bootable Tails USB to turn any PC into an anonymous one.
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Looking for a portable operating system that is small, lightweight, customizable, and extremely functional? Libre OS USB is the perfect option.
Ubuntu comes with the Gnome Disks application that allows you to easily create a bootable USB installer. Check out the tutorial here.
Anxious to try Mac’s newest OS? Luckily, the beta version is out for public testing. Here’s how to create a bootable macOS Sierra beta USB installer.
Netboot makes it possible to install most popular Linux distributions directly from the Internet to your machine.Just make a disk, plug it in, select your option and get going. Here’s how it works.
A LiveCD is useful for PCs that can’t be booted up. Active LiveCD is one such tool that comes with all the essential backup, recovery and security tools.
If you need to create a Windows 10 USB installer in Mac, here is how you can do it.
If you own multiple Macs, you can just download one copy of OS X Yosemite, create a bootable USB drive and install on all of them. Here’s how to do it.
It is easy to boot from ISO files or CD/DVD drive in Virtualbox, but what about USB drive? This guide shows you how to boot from a USB drive in VirtualBox.
If your new machine doesn’t come with a DVD drive, you can still install Windows using a Windows 8.1 USB installer. Here’s how you can create one.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create an OS X Mavericks bootable USB drive and perform a clean install on your Mac.
Most USB creators only allow you to install one distro per USB disk. What if you want to create a multiboot Linux USB drive? YUMI is nifty app that allows you to install multiple Linux distros in one USB drive.
USB flash drives are a cheap and portable way to back up files and move them around between machines. If you want to breathe new life into your old USB flash drives, here are ten things you may have never known they could do.
If you’re on the go constantly, perhaps you’d miss having Windows 8 around, especially if you’re surrounded by computers using older versions. Here is a quick and easy way to create a portable version of Windows 8 on your USB drive.
So you have downloaded the Windows 8 Developer Preview and wanted to give it a test in your machine. If you are planning to do a clean install, the fastest way is to burn the ISO file into a DVD and boot from it. However, as DVD ROM drive is getting obsolete, more and more […]
Previously, I have discussed the way to create a Windows 7 USB installer drive using the command prompt. Even though I have make it easy to follow, there are still some of you having some difficulty in the process. Recently, I have come across this little cool portable application that is able to do all […]