Pete Batard released the final version of Rufus 3.16 today.
The new release comes with a nice new feature, it disables TPM/Secure Boot/RAM requirements while making a new installation ISO-File if you choose to do so.
Rufus 3.16 Final is a small and free program, you can use to easily create a bootable USB Pen Drive. With this tiny program, you can make a bootable install medium, needed to clean-install your new Windows 10 or Windows 11.
After a successful track record, Pete Batard has come up with an even better and more secure version of the program, containing some improvements, and enhanced safety checks.
Changed or Fixed in Rufus 3.16 Final
- Fix ISO mode support for Red Hat 8.2+ and derivatives [#1777]
- Fix BIOS boot support for Arch derivatives
- Fix removal of some boot entries for Ubuntu derivatives
- Fix log not being saved on exit
- Add Windows 11 “Extended” installation support (Disables TPM/Secure Boot/RAM requirements)
- Add UEFI Shell ISO downloads (retroactively applied through FIDO)
- Add support for Intel NUC card readers
- Improved Windows 11 support [#1779]
- Improved Windows version reporting
- Speed up the clearing of MBR/GPT
Download: Rufus-3.16 on GitHub
Thanks to Pete Batard