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How to Install Windows 10 From USB

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Booting Windows 10 (and Windows 7) from a USB stick is pretty simple. In a matter of minutes, you can install a new version of Windows on your PC, laptop, or media center. Here’s everything you need to know about installing a fresh copy of Windows 10 from a bootable USB stick. If your replacement PC doesn’t have an optical drive or doesn’t have a DVD, a bootable USB stick is ideal. After all, a USB stick is portable and is guaranteed to be compatible with any desktop or laptop computer.

Some computers may not have a DVD drive, but all have a USB port. Also, it is faster to install Windows 10 from a USB flash drive. A USB drive can be made bootable faster than an optical drive; it also installs the operating system faster. To install Windows 7 or Windows 10 from a USB flash drive, you must have at least 8 GB of storage space. Before proceeding, make sure your USB flash drive has been formatted.

How to Install Windows 10 From Pendrive/USB

Preparing your installation files

  • Insert your 8GB or larger USB drive. This does not need to be blank, but note that any content on the drive will be erased during setup.
  • Open the Download Windows 10 website in a browser. There, scroll to the “Create Windows 10 installation media” option and click “Download tool now.”
  • After the software is downloaded to your computer, run it and accept the license agreement.
  • On the “What do you want to do?” page, click “Create installation media for another PC” and then click “Next” (unless you’re planning to reinstall Windows on this same computer).
  • On the next page, you can customize your Windows 10 installation settings. If you don’t want the defaults, uncheck the “Use recommended options for this PC” checkbox, and then choose the language, edition, and architecture you want. When you’re done, click “Next.”
  • On the “Choose which media to use” page, choose to burn the image to a “USB flash drive.” Click Next.”
  • Windows should automatically find the USB drive and select it. If you have more than one inserted on your PC, choose the correct one and then click “Next”.
  • The installation files will be copied to your USB flash drive. This will take a while. When you’re done, take the USB drive and insert it into the computer you want to install Windows on.

Installing the files

  • You will need to change the boot order for the PC to recognize the USB drive. Start the computer and press the correct key to launch the UEFI or BIOS controls at startup; this is usually done by pressing F1, F2, Escape, or Delete when it starts up.
  • When the boot menu appears, find the “boot” control menu and make sure your computer is set to boot from USB. Then save the UEFI/BIOS and exit.
  • When the computer restarts, it should boot from the USB drive and automatically launch Windows 10 Setup. You can now follow the instructions to install Windows on your PC.
  • You’ll need a license key to complete the setup of Windows 10, but you don’t actually need a license key to get Windows up and running. If you don’t have a key yet, you can postpone entering the key until the files are installed.

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James Hogan
James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.


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