FlashBoot empowers you to introduce a case of the Windows OS onto a USB stockpiling gadget, enabling you to boot any PC from that gadget. With FlashBoot, you’ll have the option to stroll about with a completely practical establishment of Windows 10 or 8.1 in your pocket, prepared to go under any condition. Need your most loved application, record, game, or program when you’re sitting before a weird PC? Simply break out your USB gadget arranged with FlashBoot!


FlashBoot Free can introduce new duplicate of Windows to a USB thumb drive, and FlashBoot Pro can make a bootable clone of your current Windows establishment (counting applications, settings, reports, diversions, programs and so on).

FlashBoot 3.2s

Likewise FlashBoot Pro can make installable clone of Windows 7, Windows 8.x or Windows 10 which can be utilized to in a split second duplicate all your applications, settings, archives, recreations and programs from old PC to another PC (even with different equipment), move working framework from HDD to SSD, move OS from/to RAID cluster, duplicate OS between virtual machine and genuine equipment, or switch Windows boot strategy among UEFI and non-UEFI. This component can be utilized to increase unpartitioned circle space for double boot designs by reinstalling your OEM duplicate of Windows set up. Furthermore, this self-extricating reinforcement of Windows will be of good use on account of next ransomware infection assault, bombed Windows update, or accidentally erased document.

Utilizing FlashBoot, you can introduce Windows 7 to a new workstation or new PC without any issues. (Because of an absence of building USB 3.0 help, the establishment of plain Windows 7 to new PC flops directly on the main screen: mouse, console and boot gadget are out of reach to plain Windows 7.) FlashBoot can get ready Windows arrangement on a USB thumb drive with slipstreamed drivers, so you can rapidly and effectively introduce Windows 7 to any new PC, even Kaby Lake, and Ryzen stages. Other than of builtin USB 3.0, NVMe and RAID drivers, FlashBoot can likewise slipstream client provided drivers.

Lastly, FlashBoot encourages the establishment of more established working frameworks, for example, Windows XP, from the USB thumb drive, and running minified form of it (known as BartPE) from the USB thumb drive. You can even utilize FlashBoot to assemble self-separating independent EXE records that contain precisely what you need, for quick sending at whatever point you need it. In the event that limit of USB thumb drive was decreased by different apparatuses, at that point FlashBoot will naturally recoup it to full limit.

Highlights accessible just in FlashBoot Pro ($ 29.95)

  • Make a bootable clone of Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 on a USB thumb drive, which will boot autonomously from the fundamental OS on HDD/SSD
  • Make an installable clone of Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 or Windows 10 with discretionary driver incorporation (USB 3.0, NVMe, AHCI/RAID or client provided drivers)
  • Get ready USB thumbdrive for the establishment of Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1 or Windows Vista to inward HDD/SSD with driver coordination (USB 3.0, NVMe, AHCI/RAID or client provided drivers)
  • Get ready a USB thumb drive for the establishment of Windows XP to inward HDD/SSD
  • Introduce smaller than a normal variant of Windows XP (BartPE) to a USB thumb drive, which will boot freely from principle OS on HDD/SSD
  • Make self-extricating files (USB formatted with predefined content)

Changes in FlashBoot 3.2s:

  • The accompanying blunder was fixed (it occurred in a circle during vault approval in cloning situations):
  • Couldn’t replay logs for library hive …: L4 approval fizzled:
  • KS-cell #0x… has an invalid chain of UTF-16 byte combines rather than its name
  • Subtleties: Can’t change over string encoded in UTF-16: convertible character (…) experienced at balance …

Download: FlashBoot 3.2s | 50.2 MB (Free, paid upgrade available)
Download: FlashBoot 3.2s Portable | 49.7 MB
Links: FlashBoot Website | Changelog | FlashBoot User Guide (PDF)

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