How to Install Ubuntu using Linux Live USB Creator 2.8.30

LinuxLive USB Creator is a powerful yet easy-to-use free, open-source software for Windows. LinuxLive USB Creator (LiLi) creates portable, bootable and virtualized USB stick running Linux. If you are a beginner, LiLi will let you try Linux for the first time, keeping Windows clean of any modifications. And if you are a geek, LiLi will allow you to test almost any Linux distributions directly from Windows, or just install them from a USB flash drive instead of CDs.



  • Supports hundreds of Linux distributions
  • No reboot needed
  • Totally free and open-source
  • Persistence on selected Linux
  • SmartClean and SmartDownload
  • Available in a lot of languages
  • Really easy to use
  • Automatic integrity check
  • And much more …

LinuxLive USB Creator 2.8.30 has new Linux Distributions support:

  • Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” (MATE) DVD
  • Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” (Cinnamon) DVD
  • Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” (KDE) DVD
  • Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” (Xfce) DVD
  • Clonezilla Live CD 2.2.3-25
  • Wifislax 4.9
  • SMS (Superb Mini Server) Live 2.0.7
  • Linux Lite 2.0

Click here for all list of supported Linux Distributions

Install LinuxLive USB Creator 2.8.30

[box type=”danger” icon=”info”]Please note that this is a software you need to run on a Windows machine to enable you install Linux on USB[/box]

– Download the executable

[button link=”” style=”download” color=”primary”]Download LinuxLive USB Creator 2.8.30[/button]

– Run the downloaded exe and click next to complete the installation


– Insert your USB stick > select the Linux Distro OS ISO file or CD > click the lightning icon to start the installation. When done, you will notice the message at the bottom “Your LinuxLive key is now up and ready!


Boot your Windows machine with the LinuxLive USB key to load your Linux OS

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