Rufus is a program that allows you to create bootable USB drives for Windows and Linux.
You can create a bootable USB drives for almost any version of Windows, as well as almost all popular Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Fedora, and OpenSUSE.
Rufus is easy to use, I usually get it reliably from CNET – I would be careful about where you download freeware.
After you install it – run it – and this is what it looks like. Yes, it’s going to wipe out the target USB device you use… and install a bootable image. Once the process is complete your USB flash drive is now bootable with the image you put on it.
Then to use this bootable usb to install – yes it is way faster than installing from a DVD… You’ll have to change the BIOS on the machine your going to use it to install on – to recognize USB ports as bootable as well… hope this helps, Mike