Operating Systems on Bootable Flash Drives - Taking a Break
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As it seems, arriving at this page means that we have successfully learned how to set up operating systems on bootable flash drives. Experimenting, playing around, trying out things, and doing different tasks this way isn't "harmful," and is a great deal faster. You don't need to install the operating system, partition your HDD, and so forth. On the top of everything, no lasting changes will be made to your system.
Furthermore, sometimes your main operating systems goes bad for whatever reason; whether it was your mistake or not, that's irrelevant. Your computer may eventually end up filled with spyware and malware, and then before you wipe everything and install a "clean" operating system once again, it's an amazing opportunity to back up your crucial data -- or you may want to disinfect and/or repair your OS as well.
We mentioned earlier that this is the third segment of a four-part article series. Up to now we have learned how to create bootable flash drives, the BIOS changes that are required to boot up with thumb drives, how to flash your BIOS this way, and now we've also covered "live" operating systems. You won't want to miss the final segment, because we're going to talk about troubleshooting utilities and tools.
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