Ventoy is a cross-platform, open-source utility libburnia libraries; it is used to create bootable USB drives for ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files. With Ventoy, you don't need to format the disk time and again; you can just copy the image files to the USB drive and boot them directly. You can place many files on a drive at once, and Ventoy will give you a boot menu to select them. In addition, it can blank CD/DVD(-RW)s, burn and create iso images and audio CDs, and burn personal compositions of data to either CD or DVD.
/end Ventoy is an excellent tool, and having multiple .isos on a single drive can be very useful. I highly recommend it for the App center.
Yep Ventoy sounds like pretty cool software. Before I heard of it, I'd use dd to write one iso to usb drive.... even if it was 16GB USB flash drive the whole thing had to be used for one ISO. And I had a couple flash drives written with ISOs but they'd never last cuz I'd end up needing to use them for something else so usually just end up writing again and again. I can imagine the benefit of ventoy - oe 16gb flash drive with all the isos I might want to boot, and if I have another one to try, just copy the iso to the flash drive.
Rufus is not avilable for linux, but I think our software center offers xfburn? I dunno if that can be used to write to USB or only disc tho, have not tried it.