Welcome to USB Farm
Do you want to run your PC from the USB?
USB Farm can load a full Operative System from a USB stick, without touching anything on your existing PC!
You can take this USB with you anywhere, and always have your own OS on any PC you use!
Linux based operating system with a Windows like shell, includes complete set of applications for desktops and laptops.
Free software and updates, productivity suite, web browser, image editing, multimedia and email for your everyday needs.
Plug & play, no installation required, easy to use, persistent setup.
Any changes you make, while running the USB, will be there on the next session.
Full pdf tutorial how to run the USB & the Linux OS.
A perfect solution to run an old PC, to have a powerful OS in a pocket,
to install your favorite apps also on a locked PC, to have rescue disk.
It's a valid and free alternative to an expensive Windows environment.
What's inside the USB image?
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Can I buy directly the USB stick and not only the USB image?
- Yes, but we ship only in Europe to be fast and avoid customs costs.
A 64Gb USB stick costs 39€ shipment included. Offer valid only for EU customers
Contact us to buy the USB stick
Can it work without an hard disk?
- Yes, the USB requires only a motherboard with RAM and peripherals to run
My PC has a virus, can you help me?
- Sure, clean the PC using an antivirus installed on the USB
Can it run on my old PC?
- Windows PC done in 2005 and newer or MAC done in 2010 and newer are fine
How to check if boot from USB is enable on my PC?
- By default USB boot is disable. If you enable it and do you want to test your PC, you can make this simple test:
Create a sample bootable USB for example provided by Trendmicro
Follow the instructions to create a Trendmicro Rescue Disk on "USB Device"
If a Trendmicro menu appears (even if there are errors), you are sure that you can load the USB provided by usb.farm
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