A Bootable USB – is not what interests the crowd in need for a 100% working, ready-to-install Windows flash drive. Just prep your Windows installation disc or the ISO image of it and let’s get started.
As soon as you successfully pass the first step of the wizard, you are required to select the USB drive you want to format in order to place the installation files on. It is recommended that you only keep the USB stick you intend to process connected to your PC during the usage of this program. This way both human mistakes as well as application errors are prevented. A Bootable USB requires a minimum 4GB USB drive and displays information about it such as name, capacity and free space.
Users are advised to back up their stored USB stick data before hitting the `Next` button, as the application will format it in the next step of the wizard. The program allows you to enter a label and attach `A Bootable USB icon` to the drive. These are the last operations required by the software prior to the process of formatting and transferring of Windows Installation files.
A Bootable USB gets the job done and it is only limited by the actual write speed of the given USB flash drive. It provides a few quick steps within its wizard-like interface and ease of use throughout its configuration. At the end of day, this is what an ingenious Windows-on-USB software brings to the table – seamless operation and good-to-go results with very little time consumed on your part.