Ubuntu For Windows Users Create USB Boot Drive Video Tutorial

Ubuntu For Windows Users Create USB Boot Drive Video Tutorial

  This is a video that shows you how to create a usb boot disk for Ubuntu to use to install ubuntu on Windows 10 or 8.1 or Windows 7. Ubuntu is a free operating system that allows users to have full control over their computer and it has lots of free software that are similar to Windows Programs.

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1. 00:00:00:00 / 00:00:06:88 - hello and thank you for coming to this
2. 00:00:02:33 / 00:00:10:08 - video this video is basically ubuntu for
3. 00:00:06:88 / 00:00:15:05 - Windows users ok it'll show you how to
4. 00:00:10:08 / 00:00:18:35 - create a USB boot drive so basically
5. 00:00:15:05 / 00:00:21:41 - your USB stick can have Ubuntu on it and
6. 00:00:18:35 / 00:00:25:19 - it can be used to install Ubuntu onto
7. 00:00:21:42 / 00:00:27:72 - your Windows computer ok the first thing
8. 00:00:25:19 / 00:00:30:86 - you need to do is basically choose
9. 00:00:27:71 / 00:00:33:47 - whichever browser you want then download
10. 00:00:30:86 / 00:00:35:46 - Ubuntu so go to Google type in Ubuntu
11. 00:00:33:47 / 00:00:38:84 - download and you'll find it literally
12. 00:00:35:46 / 00:00:42:48 - the very first one ok and when that
13. 00:00:38:85 / 00:00:45:75 - comes up the current version is sixteen
14. 00:00:42:47 / 00:00:49:34 - point zero four point three long-term
15. 00:00:45:75 / 00:00:52:67 - support LTS and then basically you
16. 00:00:49:35 / 00:00:54:30 - download it click download on that they
17. 00:00:52:67 / 00:00:56:96 - will ask you if you want to give a
18. 00:00:54:29 / 00:01:01:10 - donation because it's a free software
19. 00:00:56:96 / 00:01:03:78 - but it's entirely up to you okay you can
20. 00:01:01:10 / 00:01:06:11 - choose that and then you should
21. 00:01:03:78 / 00:01:09:68 - automatically get a pop-up it's about
22. 00:01:06:11 / 00:01:12:71 - 1.4 gigabytes for the 64-bit version
23. 00:01:09:68 / 00:01:15:95 - it'll detect automatically we've already
24. 00:01:12:71 / 00:01:19:10 - downloaded that so we don't need to
25. 00:01:15:95 / 00:01:22:85 - download that again the next thing you
26. 00:01:19:10 / 00:01:26:28 - will need to do is basically download
27. 00:01:22:85 / 00:01:28:89 - Rufus ok which is the software program
28. 00:01:26:28 / 00:01:33:03 - it's open source to create that USB
29. 00:01:28:89 / 00:01:36:23 - stick now that all you need to do I'll
30. 00:01:33:03 / 00:01:39:47 - just show you how you can find it go to
31. 00:01:36:23 / 00:01:42:29 - the google google and type in ubuntu USB
32. 00:01:39:47 / 00:01:44:64 - boot disk and from the Ubuntu website
33. 00:01:42:29 / 00:01:47:49 - itself you'll see tutorials on Ubuntu
34. 00:01:44:64 / 00:01:51:11 - comm it says how to create a bootable
35. 00:01:47:48 / 00:01:55:40 - USB stick on Windows so click on that
36. 00:01:51:11 / 00:01:57:68 - and it's the second one and it says
37. 00:01:55:40 / 00:02:00:75 - Rufus you go to Rufus it basically
38. 00:01:57:68 / 00:02:04:61 - redirects you to their website and then
39. 00:02:00:75 / 00:02:08:15 - scroll down if you get a download over
40. 00:02:04:61 / 00:02:11:52 - here whatever app it's basically down
41. 00:02:08:15 / 00:02:13:74 - there click on that it'll save it save
42. 00:02:11:52 / 00:02:16:68 - it to your desktop save it to your down
43. 00:02:13:74 / 00:02:19:20 - folder and then you can run it we have
44. 00:02:16:68 / 00:02:21:96 - this here and we just double click on it
45. 00:02:19:19 / 00:02:25:46 - and open it up and it'll find your USB
46. 00:02:21:96 / 00:02:30:60 - drives okay we have this USB disk we've
47. 00:02:25:46 / 00:02:33:35 - chosen MBR fat32 and basically we have
48. 00:02:30:59 / 00:02:36:65 - selected the ISO image which is the one
49. 00:02:33:36 / 00:02:40:62 - that we damaged or our desktop and
50. 00:02:36:65 / 00:02:44:15 - you've already got that there and ISO
51. 00:02:40:62 / 00:02:46:34 - image so basically that's all you really
52. 00:02:44:15 / 00:02:51:03 - need to do once you've done that click
53. 00:02:46:34 / 00:02:54:12 - on start you will get this message
54. 00:02:51:03 / 00:02:56:31 - saying basically you need to download a
55. 00:02:54:12 / 00:03:00:00 - couple of extra files for the latest
56. 00:02:56:31 / 00:03:03:68 - version of Ubuntu click yes hey then you
57. 00:03:00:00 / 00:03:07:37 - can choose which mode you want to use ok
58. 00:03:03:68 / 00:03:12:84 - the ISO mode is the simplest if it
59. 00:03:07:37 / 00:03:15:18 - doesn't work as they say try DD ok it
60. 00:03:12:84 / 00:03:17:43 - gives you the little warning saying
61. 00:03:15:18 / 00:03:19:95 - everything will be formatted on the
62. 00:03:17:43 / 00:03:23:46 - drive so if you have any data that you
63. 00:03:19:94 / 00:03:28:01 - want to keep copy it before running this
64. 00:03:23:46 / 00:03:31:62 - okay and then we'll format the drive and
65. 00:03:28:02 / 00:03:34:32 - then basically transfer this ISO Ubuntu
66. 00:03:31:62 / 00:03:37:81 - ISO onto our memory stick once that's
67. 00:03:34:31 / 00:03:41:12 - finished you have a USB boot disk or
68. 00:03:37:81 / 00:03:44:40 - thumb drive as they call it to basically
69. 00:03:41:12 / 00:03:47:60 - install Ubuntu on your windows which
70. 00:03:44:40 / 00:03:52:20 - should be our next video how to install
71. 00:03:47:61 / 00:03:55:85 - Ubuntu alongside windows ok thank you
72. 00:03:52:19 / 00:03:55:84 - for watching hopefully this has helped