USBImager writes compressed disk images to USB drives and creates backups
USBImager is a really really simple GUI application that writes compressed disk images to USB drives and creates backups. Available platforms: Windows, MacOS and Linux. Its interface is as simple as it gets, totally bloat-free.
Open Source and MIT licensed
Portable executable, no installation needed, just extract the archives
Small. Really small, few kilobytes only, yet has no dependencies
No privacy concerns nor advertisements like with etch*r, fully GDPR compatible
Minimalist, multilingual, native interface on all platforms
Tries to be bullet-proof and avoids overwriting of the system disk
Makes synchronized writes, that is, all data is on disk when the progressbar reaches 100%
Can verify writing by comparing the disk to the image
Can read raw disk images: .img, .bin, .raw, .iso, .dd, etc.
Can read compressed images on-the-fly: .gz, .bz2, .xz, .zst
Can read archives on-the-fly: .zip (PKZIP and ZIP64), .zzz (ZZZip), .tar, .cpio, .pax *
Can create backups in raw and ZStandard compressed format
Can send images to microcontrollers over serial line
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