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YUMI exFAT 1.0.0.7 / UEFI 0.0.4.6 / YUMI 2.0.9.4

YUMI exFAT 1.0.0.7 / UEFI 0.0.4.6 / YUMI 2.0.9.4
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YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer) is a portable application designed to create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive. This Universal tool can quickly create a Multiboot bootable USB flash drive containing several different ISO files.

Use it to boot from USB your favorite Live Linux portable Operating Systems, Linux and Windows Installers, antivirus utilities, disc cloning, backup, penetration testing, diagnostic tools and more. This tool makes it easy for anyone to create their own customized multi purpose Bootable USB.

Contrary to MultiBootISOs which used grub to boot ISO files directly from USB, YUMI uses syslinux to boot extracted distributions stored on the USB device. And reverts to using grub to Boot Multiple ISO files from USB, if necessary.

YUMI offers thrree versions:

  • YUMI exFAT supports exFAT format & 4GB+ files. BIOS and UEFI USB boot.
  • YUMI Legacy supports either NTFS or Fat32 format. BIOS USB boot only.
  • YUMI UEFI supports Fat32 only. BIOS and UEFI USB booting (Distro dependent).

The YUMI App has been considered by many to be the Best Bootable USB Creator. It replaces our old Multiboot ISOS tool and is also the successor to the singular Universal USB Installer (UUI). Tools that were amongst the first ever made for the purpose of creating a bootable flash drive. For the most part, files are generally stored within the Multiboot folder. This makes for a nicely organized Portable Multiboot Drive that can still be used for traditional storage purposes.

YUMI Multiboot Bootable USB Flash Drive Creation

This tool works much like Universal USB Installer, except instead of imaging a single ISO to USB, it can be used to store and run more than one distribution from your thumb drive. Enabling you to Boot Multiple ISO files from the same device. Distributions can also easily be uninstalled or removed with the tool!

Changes in YUMI exFAT 1.0.0.7 (2022-08-07):

  • Include option to run a full Ubuntu and CentOS Install from a RAW Image on USB.

Changes in YUMI exFAT 1.0.0.6 (2022-07-11):

  • Included several more supported Linux distributions and download links.

Changes in YUMI exFAT 1.0.0.5 (2022-07-06):

  • Add option to set VHDx size and select Windows install image number when running Windows 11 on USB via the PhoenixOS Lite build.
  • Update Mke2fs version to support ext3 persistence file creation.
  • Remove the persistent file size limit (make the storage file as large as you want).

Changes in YUMI exFAT 1.0.0.4 (2022-06-15):

  • Fix to create folder for VHDboot.img download.

Changes in YUMI UEFI 0.0.4.6 (2022-07-03):

  • Detect if running natively or from WINE.

Changes in YUMI UEFI 0.0.4.5 (2022-03-06):

  • Detect if Windows install.swm file exists before using DSIM.
  • Don’t display Unlisted ISO menu entries if no files exist in the directory.

Changes in YUMI UEFI 0.0.4.4 (2022-01-30):

  • Support newer versions of Redo Rescue Backup and Recovery.

Changes in YUMI UEFI 0.0.4.3 (2021-11-26):

  • Quick Fix to allow spaces in Windows user profile.

Changes in YUMI 2.0.9.4 (2022-01-29):

  • Added support for newer versions of Redo Rescue Backup and Recovery.

Changes in YUMI 2.0.9.3 (2021-11-26):

  • Fix to allow spaces in Windows user profile.

Changes in YUMI 2.0.9.1 (2021-09-29):

  • Bug Fixed – distributions were not being removed from the boot menu after using the remove installed distros option.

Changes in YUMI 2.0.9.0 (2021-08-04):

  • Update to extract and run AmogOS with persistence from a directory.

Changes in YUMI 2.0.8.8 (2021-05-04):

  • Allow running from earlier; I.E Windows 7 versions.
  • Moved checkpoint to prevent NTFS format and Wipe options from displaying if OS is not at least Windows 8.

Homepage – https://www.pendrivelinux.com

Basic Essentials to create a MultiSystem Bootable USB Drive

  • 2GB+ Fat32 or *NTFS Formatted USB Flash Drive.
  • Computer that can boot from USB.
  • Windows 11, 10, 8, 7 Operating Environment.
  • YUMI (to create a Multiboot Bootable USB).
  • Your favorite ISO Files.

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