When comparing UNetbootin vs Easy2Boot, the Slant community recommends Easy2Boot for most people. In the question“What is the best software for creating Live USB (from ISO files)?” Easy2Boot is ranked 3rd while UNetbootin is ranked 10th.
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Pro Supports most common distros for download
Although you can override this setting by selecting any ISO file of your choice, UNetbootin offers a simple interface in which you can choose to automatically download almost any mainstream operating system. This can save users the hassle of browsing through web pages in search of a download.
The fact that UNetbootin is cross platform means it can be used on any computer one has lying around, to create a bootable USB stick from a proper ISO file. It also makes it more viable as a tool since it can be recommended to anyone without having to worry about what operating system they are running.
Pro Automatically detects USB flash drives
UNetbootin automatically detects all the USB drives in the computer, this helps the interface be much more fluid, and protects inexperienced users from accidentally corrupting their hard drive.
Pro Includes Ventoy
Pro Direct UEFI-booting from ISOs, WIM files, Win Install ISOs, VHDs, .imgPTN files
Secure Boot works for most payloads.
Pro Supports multiple Secure Boot UEFI by 'switching-in' different image files
Pro Easy2Boot is a multiboot USB drive
Rufus and Etcher are single-boot.
Pro Can Secure UEFI64-boot and run non-secure ISOs/payloads
Pro Over 1 million downloads
Pro Highly customizable boot menus
Con There's a chance it will destroy your USB
Not only is the performance of the software subpar, there is a high likelihood that it will corrupt your USB in the process.
Con Uninstaller Not Supported
Con Have issues on autorun.inf when install more than one distributions
Con Might not work sometimes
For example UNetbootin has some troubles with the Hiren's Boot CD ISO file.
Con Not Open Source
Author amalgamates his content with the content of others. It's not Open Source and may well have closed source and copyright restricted content.