AutoBootDisk 5.7 Crack & Activation Code

If you're looking for a simple solution to create a bootable USB flash drive using a Linux distribution, without having to go through more steps than necessary, you can take your chance with AutoBootDisk. This is a straightforward piece of software that can not only put together USB boot disks but also detect the latest preferred Linux distribution and download it.

To be able to use this app, you must have .NET Framework enabled on your PC. The interface is quite simple since the main app window shows two large buttons at startup for selecting custom or automatic mode.

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In custom mode, you can pick an ISO image that's already prepared, and make sure that it contains a Linux distribution because AutoBootDisk doesn't work with anything else, like Windows. In the next phase, all you have to do is choose the drive letter that corresponds to the USB flash drive you want to use for burning the ISO.

There's a refresh button responsible for refreshing the drive letter, in case the USB flash drive was inserted into the computer unit after already reaching this stage of AutoBootDisk Serial, along with another button for going back.

Automatic mode gives you the possibility to choose the Linux distribution you want to be downloaded by the program. It's designed to autodetect and get the latest version when it comes to Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Debian, Mint, Korora, Slackware Linux, Elementary OS, and others. Although it doesn't show a list of all supported distros, you can type a distro's name to view possible matches and pick the preferred option. This is accompanied by a description of the distro.

Taking everything into account, AutoBootDisk definitely puts emphasis on simplicity when it comes to creating bootable USB flash drives using Linux distributions. Although the application feels a bit rough around the edges (mostly due to the GUI), it supports many Linux distributions ready for automatic download.