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Rufus 3.21 Beta is out with improved Windows support and several fixes

Rufus 3.21 Beta is a small utility that helps format and create bootable USB drives such as USB keys/flash drives, memory sticks, etc. Despite its small size, this utility provides everything you need.

A new release of Rufus with build number 3.21 Beta is available online and ready to download. The new build contains some important changes, fixes and new additions, which you can read about in the changelog below.

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Rufus 3.21 Beta is a small utility that helps format and create bootable USB drives such as USB keys/flash drives, memory sticks, etc. Despite its small size, this utility provides everything you need.

Rufus 3.21 Beta changelog:

  • Allow the provision of an arbitrary local account username in the Windows User Experience dialog
  • Improve Windows version reporting from ISO/.wim
  • Update UEFI:NTFS‘ NTFS drivers to v1.4 and exFAT drivers to v1.9
  • Switch to remote download for nonstandard GRUB (Fedora 37, openSUSE Live, GeckoLinux)
  • Fix UEFI:NTFS partition not being set in MBR mode for ISOs with a >4GB file (UwUntu)
  • Fix GRUB support for Arch and derivatives, when a non FAT compliant label is used (#2086)
  • Fix incorrect detection of GRUB with nonstandard prefixes
  • Fix tab order not working on the Windows User Experience dialog

You can download the latest Rufus Beta from the app’s repository on GitHub. Stable versions (portable and installable) are also available on the official website.

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