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Create a bootable USB stick for Windows 10 from the Internet
If you install and use Windows 10 as ISO file, the best way is to create a bootable USB based on Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10 Microsoft We provide free Windows 10 ISO file. Download and run the free media creation tool from this website. Then download the ISO file. To do this, select the Create installation media for another PC option.
If you have a Windows 10 ISO file, you can use the tool to download the ISO file for free from Microsoft.
02. Select edition, language and architecture
On the next page of the tool, select the language you want, the version to download, and the architecture (32-bit or 64-bit). The Enterprise edition is not available in this way. From now on, if you want to create a bootable USB drive, you need to get the ISO file in another way.
If necessary, you can download the desired version of the ISO file from the media creation tool.
03. Download ISO and select USB stick.
In the next step, you can immediately copy the installation file to the appropriate USB stick or load the installation file in ISO format. In most cases, this is the best way to quickly and easily create a USB drive from ISO at any time.
Create bootable ISO files or USB drives quickly and easily with MediaCreationTool.
04. Complete setup
If you want to create a USB stick from MediaCreationTool, you need to connect it to your computer. You can then choose which bar to use. The key must be at least
GB need, preferably disk space. The wizard will then download the Windows 10 setup file and copy it to a USB drive or ISO file.
You can select the USB drive in the Windows 10 download wizard.
05. Create a bootable USB drive from an existing ISO file
If you already have a Windows 10 ISO file, use the following standard tools to create a bootable Windows 7/8/8.1/10 USB drive. To do this, mount the ISO file as a drive from the context menu and start a command prompt with administrator rights. You also need to connect the USB stick to your computer. To do this, start a command prompt via the administrator mode context menu. For example, type cmd in the Start menu, click the command prompt icon that appears, and then click Run as administrator.
On Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10, launch a command prompt with administrator privileges to create a bootable USB drive.