How to Install Windows 10 with a Bootable Flash Drive

Want to get rid of old operating systems? Wish to install the latest Windows version? Stick to this article and follow every single detail mentioned. Installing Windows from a USB drive is very useful, especially for those who do not have a DVD drive in their PC.  This process is pretty much straightforward and consumes less time. But, before we install Windows 10 in your PC, first make your flash drive bootable. Let’s get into it.

How to Make a Windows 10 Bootable USB Drive? 

  1. Insert your clean USB drive into the USB port.

  2. Open your browser and search “Windows 10 Media Creation Tool.”

  3. Click on the Microsoft website link.

  4. Hit the “Download tool now” blue colored button.

  5. Open the downloaded tool.

  6. When prompted click “Accept.”

  7. From the two on-screen options, select the second one, which is for USB flash drives.

  8. Hit the Next button.

  9. Now choose the language, Windows 10 and the architecture as of your PC.

  10. Uncheck the small box written with “Use the recommended option.”

  11. Select the USB flash drive to which you want bootable.

  12. Hit the Next button to initiate the process. It will download the files over an internet connection, so make sure you have a powerful connection.

The tool will mount downloaded Windows files into your USB drive and will make it bootable USB. Once the process completes, you are ready to start the installation of Windows 10 in your PC with a bootable flash drive.

How to Install Windows 10 with a Bootable Flash Drive     

  1. Re-insert the USB drive into your PC and wait until it detects your drive.

  2. Now shut down your computer and then start it again.

  3. Be attentive when the system asks to press any key to boot the PC.

  4. If you do any delay when the system asks for pressing any key to boot, it will start as normal.

  5. When you successfully get into the Windows installation setup, then you can follow the on-screen instructions to install the Windows carefully.

Do not do anything randomly during the setup because it can harm your PC.

Wrapping It Up

You can also buy a separate budget flash drive to make it bootable, and keep it only for Windows installation purpose. This method was pretty easy, and I hope it helped you to understart the process of installation of Windows 10 with a bootable flash drive.

Nelson King is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.


Post a Comment