Do you want to create Bootable USB media from ISO for Windows 10? In this post, I talking about how to do that you. You need to follow my instructions to create Bootable USB from ISO for Windows 10.
Windows 10 is a new operating system(OS), it updated some new features.
First of all, you will have to download it from its official link at Microsoft. The latest version available as of date is Insider Preview Build 10130, available here. We will update this link once the final version is released.
Create Bootable USB Media from ISO
In this process, I am using Rufus as an example, available here. It also offers a portable version, which I have used. After you have downloaded this freeware, insert your USB and then click on Rufus to open its main window. Do note that, you will require a 4 GB USB for the 32-bit version and a 8 GB for the 64-bit version of Windows 10.
You may give a New volume label and browse to the location of your downloaded Windows 10 ISO image. To browse to the location, under Format Options, you will see Create a bootable disk using option. Click on the small icon on the right side and browse to the folder, and select the ISO file.
The rest of the options, you may leave at their default values. When you use MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI, under Partition scheme and target system type, the bootable USB will be suitable for devices using BIOS as well as UEFI.
Once you have done this, simply click on Start and wait for the process to get over. Remember that when you click Start, all data preset on this USB will be deleted, so if you need to, you may back up your data first before using it.
Once the process is completed, you will be able to setup Windows 10 using Bootable USB media that in your hands.
You can also use the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool to Create Bootable USB media.