There are multiple ISO images and USB currently available that are Live CD or antivirus recovery discs, but you often find yourself in the position where you can only place one of these files at a time on an optical disc or a pendrive. That will no longer be the case thanks to XBoot.
Create your own boot disk.
XBoot has been specially designed to create ISO images with boot discs or to prepare a pendrive as a boot drive instead.
How do I do it?
All you will have to do is drag and drop the ISO images that you want to use to the program's interface, and after that select if you want to create an ISO image or a USB.
To make things even easier, XBoot offers a complete list with the web address of tools, antivirus rescue discs and Linux operating systems that you will be able to add to your boot disk.
Another interesting option of XBoot is the possibility to try out the USB or ISO image that has been created in a virtualization window (QEMU) to make sure that everything has worked properly.
Therefore, if you want to create your own boot discs, with the possibility to select what they will include, download XBoot.