How to Create Bootable Windows 10 USB Drive

Bootable Windows 10

Microsoft makes it easy to make a Bootable Windows 10 USB Drive with the help of Media Creation Tool as available on the download page.

Create Bootable Windows 10 USB Drive

All you need to do to Create bootable Windows 10 USB drive is to download Media Creation Tool Media Creation Tool as available at Microsoft’s download page and run the software on your personal computer.

Additionally, you’ll need an USB Flash drive that is entirely empty, so it doesn’t interfere with anything.

A USB Flash Drive needs to have at least 4 GB for 32-bit version downloads and 8GB capacity for downloads with 64-bit versions.

Microsoft’s download tool can detect automatically the appropriate versions ( 32-bit or 64-bit) that is required by your system (You can also choose manually the version you require).

If you’re not certain it is, determine the version of your PC: How to Check If Your Computer is 64-bit 32 or 64-bit.

Steps to Create Bootable Windows 10 USB Drive

Following the instructions below to create the Bootable USB drive to your personal computer.

1. Open Chrome or any other browser that supports web browsing on your PC and go to Microsoft’s ISO download website.

2. Once you are on the download page Scroll down, to click the Download tool now in the the Create Windows 10 Installation media section.

3. On the next screen, click Save to save Media Creation Media Creation tool on your PC.

4. Double-click on the downloaded MediaCreationTool.exe File to Run the Media Creation Tool on your computer.

5. On the next screen, click”Accept to Accept” to agree with Microsoft’s Terms and Conditions.

6. Select the Create installation media option for a different computer and then click Next.

7. On the next screen, Windows will automatically select the language, edition, and Architecture that is appropriate to your system. Select Next to advance onto the following screen.

Notice: If you want to choose your own options remove the checkbox for Use the recommended options for this computer and you’ll be able to choose a 32-bit version, 64-bit version, or both versions.

8. Select USB Flash drive option, then click Next.

NOTE: The ISO File option lets you download the Windows ISO File on your computer, and then burn to DVD later.

9. On the next screen, choose the USB Drive and click on the Next button.

NOTE: Click on Refresh Drive List link, in the event that your USB Flash drive is not appearing on this screen.

10. Patiently sit and wait to see Windows Media Creation program to download the required Windows files onto USB Flash Drive. USB Flash Drive.

After the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool is done with its work it will give you an bootable Windows 10 USB flash drive waiting to be used.

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