Rufus 4.3 is available to download with Support to symbolic link preservation

Changes, fixes, improvements, and download links for Rufus 4.3.

Rufus 4.3

A new update hits Rufus with a few changes and fixes. This is one of the easiest tools to create bootable media such as Ventoy. Even using the software, you can install the Windows 11 bypassing secure boot and TPM restrictions. Rufus 4.3 is the version that fixes persistence support for Debian 12 in BIOS mode and regression that prevented the opening of .vhd images.

The changelog¬† Includes support for symbolic link preservation when NTFS is used, an exception to enforce NTFS for Linux Mint’s LMDE, and an expert feature to restrict a Windows installation to S Mode.¬† Let’s look at what is new in this release:

Rufus 4.3 Changes, fixes, and direct download link

Here is the changelog:

  • The new version adds support for symbolic link preservation when NTFS is used.
  • Rufus 4.3 adds an exception to enforce NTFS for Linux Mint’s LMDE.
  • Also, the tool adds an expert feature to restrict a Windows installation to S Mode.
  • Rufus version 4.3 fixed persistence support for Debian 12 in BIOS mode.
  • The tool brings a fix for a regression that prevented the opening of .vhd images.
  • After updating UEFI, NTFS reports a more explicit error on bootmgr security issues.
  • The build Improves the search for conflicting processes, by running it in a background thread.
  • Improve support for Slax Linux.

Also see: How to Use Rufus to Install Windows 10.

Download links:

https://rufus.ie/en
github.com/pbatard/rufus/releases

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Love to play with Windows 11 and 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.