If you want a better alternative to the generally-used, but, most of the times frustrating DVD drives, maybe it is high time you discovered how to boot Windows from USB drives successfully. Sincerely, it is on another level to the ancient method, from the speed, portability, or security of software.
How To Boot Windows From USB Drives
- Not all PCs have Optical drives, and in some cases, this option might be unavailable
- USB drives are more secure and portable to use
- It is a way quicker Windows installation process
- Every computer system has multiple us port options
Preparing Your Drive for Booting
- Before anything else, you must make sure that your USB drive is at least 8GB capacity, this is the minimum size for basic operating systems.
- Format the drive properly.
- Download or copy Windows installation media into the USB stick.
- Now you have a bootable drive in your hands and good to go.
- Stick the now-bootable USB pen into the port of the computer system and wait for the PC to recognize it.
- Sometime this might not be the case, so then, you will have to enter the drive manually by pressing the key to access the UEFI/BIOS or boot menu of your computer (these can differ from one PC to another).
- You should then adjust the boot settings on the boot menu to the USB and restart.
- When the drive is identified, select the boot source from the menu.
- Choose your preferred installation options while the process is going on.
- After the installation is finished, you can then eject the USB flash device and keep safe for future use.