Linux Live USB Creator

I was going to accompany the headline with a brief description of the function of this program that I want to comment on, but the name could not be more explanatory. Linux Live USB Creator is an application for Windows that, through an elegant and colorful interface, allows us to turn our USB memory into a LiveCD of the GNU / Linux distribution that we want.

And what is a LiveCD? It is simply a CD (in this case a pendrive) from which you can fully run an operating system without problems, without touching the hard drive and with the possibility of installing the operating system on your computer.

LLUC 283×480 Linux Live USB Creator What do I need to create a LiveCD with this application? You just need the following:

  • A USB memory stick of 1 GB or more.
  • Windows XP, Vista or 7.
  • 256 MB of free RAM memory (if you want to virtualize it).
  • Local administrator privileges.

What is the meaning of “if I want to virtualize it”? Yes, my dear user, this application gives you the possibility to start directly from Windows the operating system that you install on your USB, using a portable and special version of VirtualBox.

The list of distributions you can install with Linux Live USB Creator is long, and you can always choose to use whatever ISO / IMG / ZIP you want, as long as it’s a LiveCD image.

Having seen, you surely want to try this application, so download it from its website: Linux Live USB Creator