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Today I learned about Ventoy, which makes an entire USB drive bootable — then, you just drag and drop ISOs to it!
I now have Win 11, Win 10, Arch Linux and HoloISO on a single stick, which shows up as a single drive with plenty of space for regular files, too. I might never use the dependable Rufus again.