Thus we can convert a simple pendrive into a bootable USB device that will allow us to launch the system without requiring the installation (only on computers that support booting from USB).
The process is as simple as completing the following steps:
1. Choose the USB memory unit.
2. Select the original distribution (ISO or CD).
3. Choose the persistence, that will allow us to save configurations and maintain some data on the pendrive even after rebooting.
4. Configure some basic options to format the pendrive or hide the created files.
5. Click on the lightning figure to start the installation.
This version of uSbuntu Live Creator was the last launched with this name by Thibaut Lauzière (known as Slÿm). In it, it includes a context menu for the program and the support for Ubuntu 9.04, as well as other improvements and corrections. From the next version of the program, it became LinuxLive USB Creator, including support for a large amount of Linux distributions, among which we will be able to find Mythbuntu, Elive, CentOS, Lubuntu, Puppy Linux, Sabayon Linux, etc.