How To Install Windows 10 From USB Drive Full Guide

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Why Upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10:

Microsoft corporation operating systems have been around for a long time now with the well-known Windows OS. As we know the company keeps on evolving and developing to get accustomed to the technological trends and online threats. Users needed to move from one operating system to another. That’s why we show you how to install Windows 1o from a pen drive

Microsoft has stopped support for Windows XP many years ago, and is doing likewise in 2020 for Windows 7 – the most popular and used operating system.

 
Thus, this system will be very vulnerable without the constant updates. To have a full overview on the issue check our previous topic on Why Windows 7 is not Safe after 2020.
 
That’s why you need to be up-to-date with the operating system to keep your machine and eventually your files and privacy away from any preaches.
 
Now let’s get into the point. You need to install the latest version of Windows 10 Redstone but you don’t have the DVD or you don’t want to waste one burning the OS on it. The most common way that is used by professionals is to install Windows from a flash drive.

How To Install Windows 10 From USB Drive?

For this tutorial, you will need the following requirements:
 
  1. A flash drive with a minimum of eight gigabytes.
  2. The Windows version you want to install in an .iso format.
  3. A small program – Rufus – to make your USB bootable and burn the Windows on it.
  4. A computer or a laptop if yours is free dos.

The Best way to Create Bootable USB Drive:

Now follow this step by step guide and you will get the desired Windows edition installed properly in your machine. You need to boot from the drive in the PC bios.
 
 

You can use this tool to burn / copy the Windows 10 iso to your pen drive and create bootable USB drive easy and fast. It is portable no need to install.

 

Now you installed a clean Windows 10 system from USB. Enjoy the different options and features of this promising OS. Yet, there are some options that you need to uncheck to protect your privacy. We will detail them in coming posts about the Windows 10 Settings You Should Change Right Now.

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