Users of Windows have so many utilities able to make some bootable USB through the use of ISO files to install Windows through USB flash drive. Utilities available for this include popular ones as Universal USB installer, WinToFlash, UnetBootin and Windows USB Tool or DVD.
Those users who might not want to try the way of the command prompt to make a bootable USB have the Rufus utility to look at and use. Rufus is generally a Windows small utility that helps in the creation of USB drives that are bootable. The best part of the tool is the way it is much faster if compared to other tools. The tool has a speed twice that of such official utilities as Universal USB, UNetBootin and DVD tool or USB for Windows 7.
While the software supports Windows XP from service pack 2 and later versions, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows and Windows R2 2003 Server, it also supports Linux distributions, Fedora, Centos, OpenSUSE, Kubuntu, Knoppix, and Registry Editor for NT Password, Parted Magic, Hiren Boot CD and Arch Linux.
Simply run the tool after downloading and choose the USB drive while browsing towards the ISO file so that the transfer of contents of ISO file into the USB drive can begin.