Ventoy is a free and open-source tool to create multi-boot flash drives. Ventoy creates a very small boot partition leaving the remainder of the flash drive’s space free to accommodate multiple ISOs. You can add as many ISOs as you wish, only limited by the capacity of the flash drive.
- Please read: Ventoy: Superb Multi-Boot Flash Drive Creator
Previous versions of Ventoy have limited the flash drive capacity to a maximum of 32GB, but the latest, recently released, Ventoy version (v1.0.84) adds support for flash drive capacities in excess of 32GB formatted in FAT32. This latest version also adds multi-language support for the Ventoy menu, which displays a list of the ISOs, as well as other improvements and bug fixes. Read the full changelog.
Ventoy has a unique advantage over most alternative similar software. With something like Rufus, for example, you need to create a separate bootable flash drive for each image file (ISO) but, with Ventoy, a single flash drive can accommodate multiple ISOs, so you can have Windows and Linux operating system ISOs all on a single flash drive. When you boot the Ventoy flash drive it displays a menu containing a list of all ISOs and you simply choose whichever ISO you want to load.
- Read more about Ventoy and download directly from the developer: Ventoy Home Page
- If you’re new to Ventoy, you can access a complete set of user guides here: Getting Started With Ventoy