Create Windows 10 Bootable USB: In this article, I will be showing you how to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB Pendrive. It hardly takes 10 minutes to complete the process and then you can proceed to install Windows 10 via USB flash drive.
So, let’s get into the tutorial right away.
First, you must have a Windows Media creation tool, a Windows Image ISO 10 file that is around 3.2 GB and can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft website, the Rufus tool to make bootable Windows 10 USB and a minimum of 4GB pen drive.
As I said before, you can get Windows 10 ISO files from the Microsoft website.
To download, visit the Microsoft website
Read all the prerequisites and you must have a 25 digit product key to use all features to the full. Come all the way and download the media creation tool based on the requirements. Run the media creation tool to download the ISO file.
Now it’s time to download the Rufus Tool that helps us make a bootable Windows 10 USB flash disk.
Download Rufus Tool: https://rufus.ie/
Now insert your flash disk into the USB port then check whether your PC is detecting or not.
Now opening the Rufus tool has a very simple option with one window. Automatically detects your pen drive, if not, you can choose from the dropdown menu. You only need to link the ISO image to convert a normal flash drive to a bootable one. To do this, click on the small disk image then browse to the Windows 10 ISO file then press “Start”. Please back up your flash disk if you have a file. Rufus will format all devices at this step. Select “OK” to continue.
Now, wait a few minutes to complete the process. After getting a “Ready” status, you are allowed to use Pen drives as a bootable device. Just change the first boot device to USB in the BIOS settings and start installing Windows 10 on your computer.
How to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB Flash Drive
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