Hey folks – more Windows 7 goodness today. With the Windows 7 Release Candidate on the horizon (no, I still don’t have a date or a build number to share) many more folks will be testing out Windows 7. In testing scenarios where you may wind up installing, re-installing and upgrading builds to test functionality, keeping that DVD handy can be a bit of a challenge. Jeff Alexander, who is an IT Pro Evangelist in Australia has written a terrific blog post on how to set up a USB bootable device for Windows 7 installs. This can be particularly useful if you are installing to a system without a DVD drive (such as a Netbook).