Yes. So long as you have enough space for the image file, just set the destination to the flash drive when creating the disk image.
Paste the image to word or another such program, then right click and save image.
If the image editing program supports it, choose from the File menu, Save As and Gif format. If this is not possible, then another image editing program or an image converter can be used to perform this task.
For Windows PCs, this is a restore point. It can also be a program if you used a program to image your hard drive.
I want to know if Flash is easy when creating a image? I also want to know why is Flash easy when creaitng a image?
Most games will come in an "image" file that needs to be burned to CD, or "mounted" to a "virtual drive." I will elaborate on the terms in quotes. Image File = An exact image of the CD compiled into one file. Typical file types are ISO, and BIN in the bittorrent world, but others such as UIF exist. Virtual Drive = A drive that is created for the purpose of "tricking" the computer into thinking there is another drive on the PC. Anything can be loaded to this, including image files. When an image file is loaded ( mounted ) to a virtual drive, the program can be run as if there were the actual CD in the drive. Common programs that are capable of this are PowerISO, MagicISO, and Alcohol 120. All three of these programs can read all image files, with the exception of UIF, which is solely a MagicISO format.
Save the template to your computer, and then open it using any image editing program on your computer. You can use Microsoft paint or another image editing program you bought, or you can download a free program off the Internet. I would recommend using Gimp or Paint.net.
You can change the background to any image as homepage. The image can be a part of the drive, a picassa album or a URL too. You can select Google Images as well.