You are running Windows 10 on your own computer, but now you are using another device that has an older operating system. However, if you prefer the newer version, you can create and use a USB drive that runs Windows 10 directly.
You need a USB flash drive with at least 16 GB of free space, but preferably 32 GB. You also need a license to enable Windows 10 on the USB drive. This means that you must either buy one or use an existing one that is associated with your digital ID. You can then use a Windows USB utility to set up the Windows 10 USB drive. When you're done, you can start the drive to start Windows 10.
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Microsoft offers its own tool called Windows to Go which can be used to generate a bootable Windows USB drive. However, this program only works with the Enterprise and Education versions of Windows 10 and requires a certified Windows to Go drive. A better (and free) option is a utility called WinToUSB that can create a bootable drive from any version of the operating system and any type of USB drive.
Running Windows 10 from a USB Drive
First, sign on your current Windows 10 computer to create a Windows 10 ISO file that installs Windows 10 on the USB drive.
Navigate to Website Download Windows 10 . This site features the latest edition of Windows 10, the update for Windows 10, October 2018, or Windows 10, Version 1809 at this point. Click the Download Now button. Then double-click the downloaded MediaCreationTool.exe file to install the tool.
Click the Access button on the first "Related Notes and License Terms" screen. Then click on the option "Create installation media for another PC" and click Next. In the Select Language, Architecture, and Edition screen, make sure that all options are correct, and then click Next.
You must then select the media to use. If you want to choose between a USB flash drive and an ISO file, click ISO File. Then click Next.
Select a location on your hard disk to save the Windows.iso file. Click on "Save". Windows 10 generates the required ISO file. When the process is complete, click Finish.
Run WinToUSB (With Caveats)
Next, it's time to claim the help of WinToUSB . This program is effective and easy to use, but has a big disadvantage.
The free version does not support the current version of Windows 10 – especially the update for Windows 10 October 2018 or Windows 10, version 1809. Additionally, Microsoft does not offer older ISO files from Windows 10 for download on side? ˅. If you want to make a USB copy of Windows 10 version 1809 with WinToUSB, you must specify $ 29.95 for the Professional version.
However, there is a trick that allows you to download a version of Windows Update ISO file from April 10, 2018 or Windows version 1803, which you can use with the free version of WinToUSB. (A kudos to technology author Mauro Huculak, who unveiled this option in an article on Pureinfotech.com .) That's how it works.
Open Microsoft Edge on your current Windows 10 computer. Copy the following URL into the address bar: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO .
 Yes, that brings you to the Microsoft Download Windows 10 website. But wait, there is more. Right-click on the page and select " Inspect element " to open the page code.
In the right pane Click the down arrow in the top menu bar and select the emulation option.
In the Mode section, open the dropdown menu for User Agent String and change the entry to Apple Safari (iPad).
The page in the left pane refreshes automatically. If not, update it manually. Click the Select Edition drop-down menu and select the option for the Windows 10 April 2018 update. Click on "Confirm".
In the next screen, select your language and click "Confirm". On the download page, select the 32-bit or 64-bit version of the Windows Update on April 10, 2018, and click Save to download the file. After downloading the file, change the user agent string in Edge from Apple Safari (iPad) back to Microsoft Edge (default). Close the right pane by clicking the X.
Create the USB drive
Let's move on to WinToUSB to create the USB drive. Download and install the WinToUSB software from their special website . You can start with the free version and then decide if you want to upgrade to the $ 29.95 Professional version to get more features, or use the software with the Windows Update of October 10, 2018.
 Next, connect an empty USB flash drive or stick to your computer. Start WinToUSB via the shortcut to the start menu. On the launch screen, click the button to the right of the Image file box and select your Windows Update ISO file, April 10, 2018. Then select the version of Windows 10 you want to copy to the USB stick. Click on Continue.
On the next screen you need to determine your target disk. Open the drop-down menu and select your USB drive. A message appears asking you to select a partition scheme. Click the "MBR for BIOS" option, and then click Yes.
On the next screen, click the Legacy option to select the installation mode. Next click. Your Windows 10 USB stick will now be created.
When the installation process has reached 100%, it means that the program has ended. Close the WinToUSB program and remove the USB drive
Start Windows 10 on a different computer
If you want to start Windows 10 on another computer, plug in your USB drive in this PC and select the option to start the USB drive
If you are using Windows 10 for the first time from a USB drive Off, you must complete the familiar Windows installation process. You must also enable Windows 10 . You can then install apps on the USB drive and access any files or documents stored online, so that it will work on almost any of your own Windows 10 PCs.