How to create a bootable USB library of operating systems Windows, Linux and more (Linux, Ubuntu)


  • USB Drive (8GB or more)
  • Root Password or sudo privileges
  • The disk image for Windows, Linux and etc (.iso file)


Download disk image

Download and run Ventoy

This is link from Ventoy web site Download
It is recommended to download the latest version.
The file that should be downloaded for Linux is tar.gz
Extract file to your home folder.

Open a terminal (CTRL+ALT+T) and run:

cd ventoy-*  (foldername)

sudo sh



Insert USB Drive in your PC


Flash Ventoy on the USB Drive

Open Your Browser and navigate to If the connection has failed, then check that VentoyWeb is still running in the terminal window. Select the USB Drive from the list that you want to use for your disk image installation and click on Install.

Confirm your action by clicking on Continue twice. The USB Drive will be formatted. Wait a minute after the operation has been completed to make sure that the USB Drive is not writing changes, then re-attach your USB Drive and close the Ventoy Web tool.


Copy the ISO file to the USB Drive

You can now copy the ISO file that you have downloaded to the partition of the USB Drive that is called ‘Ventoy’.

Once the ISO file has been copied, make sure to remove it safely by clicking on the Eject icon. Do not remove the USB Drive until finished process.

You can copy other images of operating systems to your Ventoy USB Drive to create a Personal library of operating systems.

Done! You can now use your USB Drive to boot OS (Operating Systems)