Today I will show you the way of making your USB bootable.  I will tell for both Windows & Linux (Ubuntu). Lets go for it.

Ubuntu Bootable USB from Windows OS :

1. Download Universal-USB-Installer from here .

2. Download Ubuntu ISO from here .

3. Insert your pendrive (Min. 8 GB space) to USB port.

4. Open Universal-USB-Installer then click on I Agree -> Select Linux Distribution version browse and select your ISO file -> Select your USB drive. click on Create. it will complete within 10min (Approximate).


Create Ubuntu Bootable USB from Ubuntu :

1. Insert a USB stick with at least 2GB of free space.

2. Open the dash and search for Startup Disk Creator & open it.

3. Click ‘Other’ to choose the downloaded ISO file.

4. Select the file and click ‘Open’.

5. Select the USB stick in the bottom box and click ‘Make Startup Disk’.

That’s it! When the process completes, you’ll be ready to restart your computer and begin installing Ubuntu.


Windows Bootable USB from Windows OS :

1. Download Windows7-USB-DVD-tool from here and install it.

2. Download your Windows ISO from Microsoft Store or collect from CD.

3. Open Windows7-USB-DVD-tool select your ISO file -> select your USB drive click on start. it will complete within 10min (Approximate).


Create Windows Bootable USB from Ubuntu :

1. Install gparted. Open your terminal and run the code below.

sudo apt-get install gparted

2. To be able to format a drive to NTFS, you’ll also need ntfs-3g – install it using the following command

sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g

3. Open GParted Partition Editor from dash menu. Then select your USB drive from the top right drop-down. Now right click your USB drive in GParted and select “Unmount” and you’ll then be able to select Partition > Format > ntfs. The drive will be formatted to NTFS in a few seconds.

4. Download UNetbootin From here Install it & open it from dash menu.

5. select your Distribution, Version, Select USB drive, select the ISO image file. click on OK. it will complete within 10min (Approximate).