Rufus is an “online” device used on Windows systems to help produce bootable USB drives. The system has been created to provide individuals the chance to place pre-compiled images (ISO data) onto a USB drive, making it bootable. Easily distributed, it’s mostly utilized to put systems into USB layout, consisting of the likes of Windows 10 and also different Linux variants. Bootable USB drives need an EFI “dividing” to be produced on the drive in order for the “boot” to be identified by Windows. Simply copy/pasting the ISO file’s contents onto the drive will certainly not do this.