Here is the complete guide to create a bootable Windows 10 USB drive or stick to install or repair your PC. Follow each an every step to create a bootable Windows installation media for your Computer.
About Windows 10
Windows 10 is one of the family members of Operating systems developed by Microsoft. It is the latest development by Microsoft by being the successor of Windows 8.1 which was released on July 15, 2015. This operating system has got many positive reviews and is being praised for its design and features.
Read also: Windows 10 can be installed on Android Phone
Instructions to create a Bootable Windows 10 USB
There are some software’s available for creating a bootable USB in your Computer. After creating the bootable USB you have to change the boot order to USB which is shown below.
1. Create a bootable USB using Rufus
Download Rufus 3.4
- After installing Rufus simply select the Windows 10 ISO file from the file manager and accept all settings when the popup window appears.
- Finally, start the process and this software will automatically format and create bootable USB flash drive.
2. Create a Bootable USB using UNetbootin
UNetbootin enables you to create a bootable USB drive for Live operating system for Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. To create a Bootable Live USB drive follow the instructions below,
[su_button url=”https://unetbootin.github.io/”]Download Unetbootin[/su_button]
- UNetbootin installs the Linux Distros ISO files for you if you want to use your own downloaded ISO file then follow instructions below,
- To use already downloaded ISO file select the disk image option and provide the location of the file by clicking “…”.
- After selecting the Linux Distribution or ISO file Format your USB drive as FAT32.
- Target the USB drive on your Computer and click on OK.
- The process will automatically start and in case the installation doesn’t complete you can reformat USB as FAT32.
3. Change boot-order to boot from USB in your Computer
- Turn off
- Now connect the bootable USB stick to the port.
- Go to the Boot menu and change the sequence to your USB drive.
- Finally, Reboot your Laptop