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OS Burning Tools (dvd Or Usb)


How to Burn an OS Image to a DVD or USB Drive




If you want to install a new operating system on your computer, you might need to burn an OS image to a DVD or USB drive. An OS image is a file that contains all the data and instructions for installing the operating system. You can download OS images from various sources, such as Microsoft Store, Linux distributions, or other websites.




OS burning tools (dvd or usb)



In this article, we will show you how to burn an OS image to a DVD or USB drive using Windows 10 and some free tools. You will need a blank DVD or USB drive with enough space to hold the OS image, and a computer with a DVD writer or a USB port.


Using Windows USB/DVD Download Tool




One of the easiest ways to burn an OS image to a DVD or USB drive is to use the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. This is a free tool from Microsoft that allows you to create bootable media from Windows ISO files. You can download it from here.[^1^]


To use this tool, follow these steps:


  • Download the Windows ISO file that you want to burn from Microsoft Store or another source.



  • Run the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool and click Browse to select the ISO file.



  • Click Next and choose whether you want to burn the ISO file to a DVD or a USB drive.



  • Insert a blank DVD or USB drive into your computer and select it from the drop-down menu.



  • Click Begin copying and wait for the process to complete.



  • Eject the DVD or USB drive and use it to install Windows on another computer.



Using Rufus




Another popular tool for burning OS images to DVD or USB drives is Rufus. This is a free and portable tool that can create bootable media from various types of image files, such as ISO, IMG, DMG, etc. You can download it from here.


To use Rufus, follow these steps:


  • Download the OS image file that you want to burn from the internet.



  • Run Rufus and insert a blank DVD or USB drive into your computer.



  • Select the DVD or USB drive from the Device drop-down menu.



  • Click Select and browse to the OS image file that you downloaded.



  • Under Image option, choose Standard Windows installation if you are burning a Windows ISO file, or DD Image if you are burning another type of image file.



  • Leave other options as default and click Start.



  • Wait for Rufus to write the image file to the DVD or USB drive.



  • Eject the DVD or USB drive and use it to install the operating system on another computer.



Conclusion




Burning an OS image to a DVD or USB drive is not difficult if you have the right tools and instructions. In this article, we showed you how to use two free tools, Windows USB/DVD Download Tool and Rufus, to create bootable media from OS image files. You can use these tools to install Windows, Linux, or other operating systems on your computer. c481cea774


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