1. Rich features
FlashBoot is a tool with rich feature list:
You get all the features "in one box" if you use FlashBoot.
FlashBoot can either format physical disk or write an image file. So you may create customized USB disk manually or with another tool and use FlashBoot to create image out of it and redistribute it in local network or online.
2. Easy to use
FlashBoot is organized as simple wizard, which does now show or ask unnecessary information or options and helps you to focus on your task (converting different types of bootable CDs/DVDs and floppies to bootable USB disks). Type of input disk and conversion scenario is detected automatically, although experienced user can override it.
3. Wide compatibility
FlashBoot is designed to be compatible with all brands. It is not bound to Transend, Kingston, HP or to any other particular manufacturer of USB Flash or other types of USB disks.
FlashBoot supports both USB Flash and USB HDD devices.
FlashBoot is compatible with all known BIOS bugs and weird features.
Why USB thumbdrives?
Why do you might want to use bootable USB thumdrives?
Unlike the most bootable medias, bootable USB thumbdrives are very handy: compared to floppies, they have much bigger size, speed and reliability, compared to CD/DVD discs, they are random write access devices, so you can backup your data to the same media where you booted from, without need to reformat (reburn) the entire media. Again, the cost per gigabyte for them continues to cut down, unlike CD/DVD discs.
Bootable USB thumbdrives are especially useful with netbooks like ASUS Eee PC which does not have builtin CD/DVD drive or an opportunity to install one. On the other hand, buying external CD/DVD drive for netbook is not a truly wise choice because it will be shifted out of use just after Windows is installed, thanks to widespread use of DVD image files and modern hard disk capacities.
Bootable USB thumbdrives are useful as boot devices on the "big" desktop PCs too, unlike CD/DVD discs they do not have sensible surface you could scratch, thus more reliable (especially when holding your backup data). If your sysadmin at work restricts PC to not to have CD/DVD drives, you still can boot from USB flash disk. Or if your home PC has CD/DVD drive failed, you can do it too.
There are some mobility considerations as well. If your laptop has a bootable CD/DVD drive, you can't work with it for a long time: boot device is accessed quite often, and battery power is obviously not enough to supply laser for a long time.
With bootable USB Flash disk, you don't have to obey a CD/DVD size limit of 700 or 4700 MB. You can buy a big or a small USB disk depending on your needs. Just after boot, on every PC, you may save your files to the same boot device, or restore them back. There's no need to reformat (reburn) the boot disk, you just copy files and folders, and there's no need for extra hardware for such operations. Of course you may do some things you can't do under your OS: copy/modify system files (they are busy when OS is running), reinstall OS, repartition your main hard disk etc.
FlashBoot awards: http://www.prime-expert.com/flashboot/awards.php
FindMySoft editors have created video review showcasing FlashBoot menus and features.
FlashBoot is protected against reverse engineering by VMProtect.
FlashBoot is using wxWidgets library for GUI.
FlashBoot setup is powered by InnoSetup.