+1 here - or +5, even! For ages I tried different kinds of bootable usb software and always leaned toward multi-boots. When I found Ventoy, I stopped looking. No, I am not advertising - I am just another user, here.
- Put as many bootable ISO files that you like on your flash drive.
- You don't need to organize them - put them whereever you want - Ventoy will find them all and build the boot menu from them.
- When you want to update them, simply replace the ISO file - there is nothing to configure with Ventoy.
- You can boot Linux Mint, and Windows, too.
When you install Ventoy on your flash drive, it creates a hidden partition for Ventoy, and that's the part that actually gets booted when you boot from the flash drive - it's the part that creates the boot menu.
And when you update Ventoy, you don't need to worry about doing anything with the ISO files.
This is an awesome program.