It has been a while since we saw the last update of Rufus, a simple program to easily create a bootable USB Drive.
Just in time with the upcoming Windows 10 May update. This if you need to make a bootable USB stick to install your new Windows 10 Update. After a successful track record, the developer has come up with Rufus 3.14, with some fixes and improvements that have been made to the tiny program. Down below, you can see what’s fixed and changed in this new release.
Fixed or Changed
- Improve DD write speed (uncompressed images only)
- Improve checksum computation speed
- Improve network connectivity detection
- Only prompt for additional GRUB/Syslinux downloads when not writing in DD mode
- Fix potential “loss” of disk after writing Ubuntu 20.10 in DD mode
- Fix GRUB compatibility issue with Ubuntu 21.04
- Fix Rufus MBR not being selected by default for Windows ISOs
- Fix drag and drop being enabled during drive creation
- Add more “exceptions” for forced DD image writing
Download: RUFUS 3.14 Update