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Windows To Go is a new feature in Windows 8 that allows you to install a portable version of Windows on a USB drive that you can take anywhere. However, the built-in Windows To Go Creator is only available in the Enterprise edition. Luckily there is a freeware ISO2Disc that allows you to create a Windows To Go USB drive from any editions of Windows 8 ISO image.

Requirements:

  • A USB drive (USB 3.0 is preferrable) or external USB hard drive with at least 16GB of space.
  • Windows 8, 8.1 or Windows 10 ISO image
  • The free ISO burning tool: ISO2Disc

How to Create A Windows 8 To Go USB Drive?

  1. Download and install the freeware ISO2Disc on your computer.
  2. Plug in your external USB drive on the PC and launch ISO2Disc.

  3. Click on Browse button to select your Windows 8 or 8.1 ISO image. Please note that the program will format your external USB drive and delete its entire data, so it is always recommended taking a backup before you continue.
  4. Click on Burn to USB Flash Drive option and select your USB drive from the device list.
  5. Choose the GPT partition style if you want to create a UEFI bootable drive, or stick with MBR if you need to boot off a computer with a traditional BIOS.
  6. Under the Bootdisk Type, select “Windows to Go (install Windows to USB)“.

  7. When you click Start Burn, it begins to install a portable version of Windows to your USB drive. This process can take a very long time if you use a USB 2.0 thumb drive. It’s recommended to use an external USB mass storage device and this process can be done within about ten minutes.
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