The Easy2boot tools is super great, the official web site is ... :(
Anyway, Easy2boot makes it very easy to have multi-bootable USB / pen-drive for several ISO's.
A big pen-drive.
Tip of space usage:
- Easy2boot itself: 600M (DPMS version for XP) or 500M for normal version
- ISO's: x GB + y GB + ...
- Space for defregment: > max(x, y, ...) (After putting everything, the left free space should be bigger than the biggest ISO file.)
*Download portable Easy2Boot_vXXX.exe * from Google Drive or OneDrive. (<30M before self-extraction)
(for different types of installer, see official web)
Run .exe and it will extract to Desktop and auto-run.
For .zip, extract to an EMPTY folder.
(OBS: all files in the foder will be copied to pen-drive).
Close anti-vir soft.
Click (if downloaded .exe) or Run (if downloaded .zip)
MAKE_E2B_USB_DRIVE (run as admin).cmd.
For options, we only need to choose the right pen-drive.
Use "Enter" for other options (using default).
Copy ISO files to the corresponding folder.
QEMU_MENU_TEST (run as admin).cmd.
Tip for win:
Choco means to install updates during installation, which requires internet.