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Category: System|System Miscellaneous
Review: WinToFlash achieved amazing task: to retrieve the contents installation and sends it to a bootable USB drive Windows. It can safely be said that this will extend the life of your deck windows, how compact discs are very sensitive, while USB flash drives offer more flexibility. Traditionally, the initial release of Windows are supplied on CD-ROM and the utmost care is required when handling the disc. Even the smallest scratch can affect the integrity of the content and prevent you from running a successful installation. For this reason it is recommended that you backup package, the best on a device? With reliable and less sensitive. That's where WinToFlash makes a difference. It seamlessly copy of Windows from a CD or DVD to USB flash disk. It supports Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8 editions: Home, Professional, Media Center, Ultimate, etc. The requirements are simple: you've formatted USB flash drive (you can accomplish this task within the application) and the original Windows CD / DVD. WinToFlash is very easy to use anddoesn requires no installation. Simply run the executable file and set the first time wizard user interface. After completing this step, you have two options. The first involves running a wizard that guides you through the process and requires fewer steps are completed. Basically the user's efforts to the source disk, CD / DVD and select output. The more advanced secondone sports, allowing you to achieve complex tasks, such as creating or deleting a boot disk boot MS-DOS drive. Read-only attribute from the files may be removed and you can also choose to collect information about the system to create a structure for folders, copy files, or check the USB disk for errors. Events can be displayed on the Maintenance tab, and more language packs are available. Creating a bootable USB flash drive has a decent amount of time, and the result is really satisfying. All in all, it seems WinToFlash a breakthrough in the market where the Windows installation is usually done from the CD / DVD drive. This minimizes the risk of losing important data which editions of Windows will last a lifetime.