YUMI is a free tool to create a multiboot USB flash-drive, where operating-systems can be installed along with Linux distributions, maintenance and diagnostic tools.
YUMI, the amazing tool to burn Windows and Linux ISO files and even diagnostic and maintenance tools which run during system boot on only one flash drive. All these operating systems can be installed on one flash drive, where you can use this flash drive on startup whether you want to fix your computer or you are a computer technician who fixes computers and laptops.
You have chosen the right tool which will make you dispense hundreds of other tools. Computer engineers have always had problems with re-burning Windows operating systems in each time they need a specific Windows, a Linux distribution, or diagnostic tools such as Hiren's boot, but with YUMI tool say goodbye to all of this suffering, since you can make all of them bootable in the same flash drive and whenever you want to boot up.
If you are encountering a computer that needs to be formatted by Windows 7, 8 or 10 or maybe UBUNTU popular Linux distribution, the great system of Linux Mint Cinnamon, or even popular anti-viruses such as Bitdefender Rescue CD which works upon startup and a lot more. Although the small size of this application, it provides so many solutions.
By YUMI application you will also be able to download operating systems by direct links from the Internet without the need to search for it then convert it to ISO, all what you need to do is to select the operating system or the tool you need then click download the ISO, Yumi will download it directly without the need to any download applications or torrents.
YUMI also features a friendly user-interface with few options in order to not be a complex tool, and an easier interface when booting where you will find the interface divided and ordered to live a professional and amazing experience.
Click on the Download button in the page to download the last version of Yumi 126.96.36.199 and obtain one of the best Multiboot Bootable USB Flash Drive creators.