Systemback is a software to create a backup file of the current running system. It can also create a Live ISO image for installation of the system in future wilh all the data and softwares by creating a bootable pen drive or USB.
Open Systemback with administrative privilege. Click the “Live system create” button as shown in the figure.
Note: If Systemback is not installed in your system then you can view the post to install Systemback in your system.
A new window will open. Select the “Include the user data files” option and click “Create new” button. The backup of the system will start. After 100% back a window of confirmation will popup. Click the “Ok” button.
You will be taken to new window to create ISO from live system backup file created in the above step. In this windows select the backup file created before under the “Created Live images” section, select “Include the user data files” and then click the “Convert to ISO” button as shown in the figure below.
This will start the ISO conversion process of the live system backup file. After completion the process a confirmation message window will pop up. Now the window.
An ISO has been be created in home folder.
Note: The maximum size of the backup file for the Live ISO conversion should be less than 4.0 GB.
Now you can create a bootable live pen drive with this ISO with the help of Linux Live USB Creator (LiLi) in Windows and MultiBoot USB in Linux. The link these posts are below