Software update: Rufus 3.1




Version 3.1 of Rufus has been released. Rufus is a Windows program that allows self-starting USB sticks can be made. Useful for example to install an operating system, which is faster from a usb stick than from a CD or DVD, to update the bios or to approach a system that does not want to start anymore. There is also a large number of tools with which this can be done, but Rufus claims to be one of the fastest of its kind. Since version 3.0 the program has got a slightly different look and support for Windows XP and Vista has been canceled. In version 3.1, the following improvements have been made:

Version 3.1 (2018.06.19)
Fix extraction or ISO content for GRUB based ISOs (Manjaro, Kaspersky, etc.)
Fix text being truncated on some dialogs (mostly Russian and Thai)
Add detection & warning about the ‘Controlled Folder Access’ Windows 10 feature
Improve retry attempts for transient errors
Increase size of the ESP to 300MB, for Windows To Go drives partitioned as GPT
Update GRUB 2.0 and Grub4DOS to latest
Update libcdio to latest
Rufus 3.0 screenshot

Version number 3.1.1320
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
File size 995.00KB
License type GPL


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