A lot of people on the board are recommending Popsicle to create boot USB's ...... I have used both the other methods with no real problems but I understand Popsicle is for use within Ubuntu various OS's .... so I found a command on Foss and typed it i the terminal .... but then I got this warning .....
mike@mike-ROG-Strix-G731GT-G731GT:~$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:system76/pop
[sudo] password for mike:
A repository for all Pop!_OS software components. For 21.10 and later, please see Index of /release/
WARNING: This PPA is for Pop!_OS, and it may cause breakage on other Ubuntu-based OS's. Use of this repository on non-Pop_OS installations is at your own risk!
More info: https://launchpad.net/~system76/+archive/ubuntu/pop
I went ahead and downloaded it to Zorin .... is this gonna be safe to use or like the warning said "use at your own risk" ..... I haven't tried it yet as I'm using Zorin 16 pro with a Cinnamon DE ..... I will await your replies before using .....