LinuxLive USB Creator is an application designed to work with USB flash drives and Linux ISO images. These two elements can be combined successfully in order to create a bootable flash drive that can later be used to install a Linux OS on a computer. This way, there is no need for a CD or a DVD as the app can do its job flawlessly.
LinuxLive USB Creator has a simple installation process and its interface is pretty straightforward. This way, users are able to create a Linux bootable USB flash drive within seconds. There are four steps that must be performed before the flash drive can be written on. First of all, the correct drive must be selected from a list. Afterwards, users can point towards the image file they have stored locally or on a disc.
If users do not have such a file, LinuxLive USB Creator can also point them to official download locations of Linux distributions. After this step is solved, users are able to enable the live mode, but this will require an active Internet connection. There are also a few other options that can be changed, including the format that will be used for the bootable flash drive.