In today’s tech-savvy world, having a bootable flash drive with multiple ISOs is a valuable tool for system administrators, IT professionals, and even casual users who need to install or troubleshoot various operating systems. Ventoy is a free and open-source software that allows you to effortlessly create a multi-bootable USB flash drive, enabling you to boot multiple ISOs from a single drive.


  • A USB flash drive with at least 8GB of storage space
  • ISO files of the operating systems you want to boot
  • Ventoy software (downloadable from

Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Download and Extract Ventoy: Visit the official Ventoy website ( and download the latest version of the software. Extract the downloaded zip file to a convenient location on your computer.
  2. Run Ventoy2Disk.exe: Locate the extracted Ventoy2Disk.exe file and double-click it to launch the application.
  3. Select USB Flash Drive: Ensure your USB flash drive is properly connected to your computer. In the Ventoy2Disk application, select your USB flash drive from the “Device” drop-down menu. If the drive doesn’t appear, try clicking the “Refresh” button.
  4. Choose GPT or MBR Partition: The Ventoy2Disk application will prompt you to choose between GPT or MBR partitioning. GPT is recommended for newer PCs and laptops, while MBR is suitable for older systems.
  5. Install Ventoy: Click the “Install” button to begin the installation process. Ventoy will format the USB flash drive and install the necessary files.
  6. Add ISO Files: Once the installation is complete, you can add ISO files to your multi-bootable flash drive. Simply drag and drop the ISO files into the root directory of the USB drive.
  7. Boot from Multi-Bootable Flash Drive: Insert the multi-bootable flash drive into the target computer. During the boot process, enter the BIOS or UEFI settings and change the boot order to prioritize the USB drive.
  8. Select ISO to Boot: Upon restarting the computer, you will be presented with a boot menu listing all available ISO files on the flash drive. Choose the ISO file you want to boot from.

Additional Tips:

  • For clean Windows ISO files, visit
  • Ventoy supports a wide range of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and macOS.
  • Ventoy automatically updates the boot menu whenever you add or remove ISO files.
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