How to create a bootable USB media from ISO for Windows 10 – Many of the Windows users upgrade their Operating System when the notification has come to upgrade your Windows Operating System. But, some of the users want a clean install by using a Windows ISO image on their PC/Laptop. You can choose either of the ways to upgrade your Windows Operating System to Windows 10. So, here this article helps you How to download the ISO image and burn it to USB Drive and then to install Windows 10 it creates a bootable USB media from ISO.
For the latest version of Windows 10, you need to download it from the official website of Microsoft. The latest version of Microsoft Windows is Insider Build 10130 and you can get the official link at the Microsoft website.
How to Create bootable USB Media from ISO for Windows 10
This process helps you to create a bootable USB or Flash Drive. But this process needs some of the software like Windows USB/DVD Download Tool, ABUSB, Rufus, ESET SysRescue Live, WinToFlash, Windows USB Installer Maker or else Windows Installation Media Creation Tool. You can use either of the software to create a bootable USB media.
In this article am going to explain the process by taking Rufus as an example, as it offers a portable version. You can download this application easily and insert the USB and click on Rufus to open the software. And remember that you need to have a 4GB USB for the 32-bit and 8GB USB for the 64-bit version of Windows 10.
You can choose the downloaded location of Windows 10 ISO image from the Format Options and then you can see Create a bootable disk using option. Click on the option available and then browse the location to select the ISO file. The rest of the options have their default values and then you can use MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI which is under Partition scheme and target system type. The Bootable USB will be suitable for devices using BIOS and UEFI.
Once as the process completes, click on start an then wait for some time as the process gets its time to complete. At last, when you click on Start all the data present in the USB will be deleted. So, you need to backup your data before using the USB media on your PC/Laptop.
So, once the whole process has done you will have your bootable Windows 10 installation media on your PC/Laptop and you can easily start installing Windows 10 on your system.