Rufus 3.0 released


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RUFUS 3.11.1678 released
a little late but not too late
  • Version 3.11 (2020.06.18)
    • Add Rock Ridge deep directory support
    • Add an option to write small ISOs to an ESP (GPT only)
    • Add a cheat mode (Ctrl-SELECT) to extract content from an additional zip archive on top of the ISO
    • Add a cheat mode (Alt-G) to disable Virtual Hard Disk listing
    • Add a cheat mode (Alt-P) to toggle a GPT ESP to Basic Data (Windows 10 only)
    • Fix improper x86 32-bit NTFS driver being used for UEFI:NTFS
    • Improve UEFI:NTFS compatibility with older UEFI firmwares
    • Improve startup time by running the ISO download feature check in the background
    • Remove Ubuntu's splash screen for persistent UEFI drives
    • Enable ASLR for the Rufus executable​
System Requirements:
Windows 7 or later, 32 or 64 bit doesn't matter. Once downloaded, the application is ready to use.

 
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RUFUS 3.13.1730 released

Version 3.13 (2020.11.20)
  • Add a cheat mode (Alt-M) to accept disk images without a Boot Marker
  • Add marquee operation progress to the taskbar icon
  • Add zeroing/image writing progress to the log
  • Switch to using 0x55 and 0xAA instead of 0x00 and 0xFF for low pass badblock check
  • Switch to using fake/manufacturer units when computing the default label
  • Fix overnumerous write retries on error when writing a disk image
  • Work around Windows' abysmal handling of removable drives that contain an ESP
  • Improve mounting/unmounting of volumes
  • Update UEFI:NTFS file system drivers to version 1.7
  • Other internal fixes and improvements (VDS, error reporting, etc.)

    System Requirements:
    Windows 7 or later, 32 or 64 bit doesn't matter. Once downloaded, the application is ready to use.

 

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