Creating a Bootable USB Stick
To create a bootable USB stick for Windows installation, you will need a USB drive with at least 8GB of storage capacity. First, download the Windows installation media tool from Microsoft’s official website. Once the download is complete, launch the tool and select „Create installation media for another PC.“
Next, select the language, edition, and architecture of the Windows version you wish to install. Make sure to select the correct options that match your product key or license. Choose „USB flash drive“ as the media type and select the USB drive you wish to use as the installation media. Click „Next“ to start the process.
The tool will begin downloading the necessary files and create a bootable USB stick for Windows installation. Once the process is complete, safely eject the USB drive and you’re ready to proceed with the installation process.
Choosing the Correct Windows Version
Before installing Windows from a USB stick, it’s important to choose the correct Windows version for your computer. If you’re not sure which version to choose, check your computer’s specifications or contact the manufacturer for guidance.
You should also consider whether you need a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows. Most modern computers are capable of running a 64-bit version