Create bootable USB drives with ease.


naBoota is a bootable USB drive creator utility with a simple and easy to use UI. With naBoota, even if you never used a program to create a bootable USB drive before, you will easily be able to do it. All you need to use naBoota is a USB drive and the .iso image of the OS you want. It includes the essential features you will need in a utility like this, but without many very advanced features that will make your head spin. With a UI inspired by Windows 10’s Fluent Design, it both looks nice and is familiar.  

It supports the following image files: .iso, .zip, .rar, .7z, .dmg

It supports the following file systems: NTFS, FAT32


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New update! The new 1.4 update features 64 bit support and faster loading times.

New update! The new 1.3.1 update features compatibility with the newest Windows 10 update, and a brand new info page. It also has some fixes that will massively decrease the chances of Anti-Virus programs detecting naBoota as malware.

System requirements:

  • Windows 7 (or above).
  • A DirectX 9 (or above) compatible graphics card with at least 32MB of memory.
  • DirectX 9 (or above).


naBoota uses 7zip to extract the image. 7-Zip, made by Igor Pavlov, is licensed under the GNU LGPL license and you can get more information about it at
Download 7-zip source code from the server.
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What does its name mean?
Short answer: because developers shouldn’t be creative. Long answer: ‘na’ is the symbol of the sodium element, and ‘Boota’ comes from the word boot, and I thought it sounded nicer if I added an -a at the end.