Put Kubuntu on a USB from Windows

Put Kubuntu on a USB Flash Drive using Windows: Kubuntu is a fork of Ubuntu, offered by Canonical Ltd. It utilizes a KDE desktop environment. KDE is often preferred over Gnome for its visual appearance and Windows familiar functionality. Once finished, your Flash Drive will act as a Live Bootable USB, that could be used in place of the Live CD. A persistent file can optionally be created for saving and restoring changes on subsequent reboots.

Kubuntu running from a Bootable USB

Kubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx

Distribution Home Page: Kubuntu.org

Persistent Feature: Yes

Essentials

  • Windows 8/10 PC to perform conversion
  • Kubuntu ISO
  • USB flash drive
  • YUMI (does the conversion)

Make a Kubuntu Live Bootable USB Flash Drive from Windows

  1. Download and launch the -> YUMI Bootable USB creation software.
  2. (1) Select your Flash Drive from the drop list. (2) Next, choose Kubuntu for the distribution. (3) Browse and select the ISO file. (4) Optionally, set a persistent file size for storing changes, and then Click Create.
    Put Kubuntu on USB
  3. Once the script has finished, restart your PC and set your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device, save your changes and reboot.

You should now be able to run Kubuntu directly from the Flash Drive. You should also be able to perform a full install directly to a Hard Disk from the Bootable USB.