Rufus 3.19 Final is online and ready for download. The new build comes with some important fixes and changes, which you can read about in the changelog down below.

Rufus 3.19 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.

Rufus comes with a nice feature, it disables TPM/Secure Boot/RAM requirements while making a new Windows 11 installation ISO-File if you choose to do so.

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Rufus 3.9 Update

Changelog for Rufus 3.19

  • Add exFAT support when creating blank UEFI:NTFS drives [EXPERIMENTAL]
  • Fix ext2/ext3 corruption for partitions larger than 4 GB [#1396]
  • Fix early boot files not being usable on compressed NTFS partitions [#1381]
  • Fix writing of compressed streams that don’t end on sector boundary [#1422]
  • Fix percent not being displayed on slow format
  • Improve file preallocation and speed up ISO extraction (courtesy of Mattiwatti) [#1445]
  • Improve ext2/ext3 formatting speed
  • Improve protective MBR message for GPT partitioned drives
  • Improve reporting of Syslinux/GRUB download errors
  • Improve reporting of partition types and of Windows’ version
  • Report the usage of UDF symbolic links [#1446]
  • Update embedded Syslinux to 6.04-pre1

Download on GitHub: Updated-Rufus

Developer: Akeo Consulting
Price: Free

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