How to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB Using Rufus

Learn how to make a windows 10 bootable USB drive or Pendrive with Rufus, step by step, and how to still use the drive for normal works after making it bootable. Yes, guys in this article I am going to show you the professional use of Rufus to make bootable media properly, to install windows 10 or Linux on your laptops and desktops. Also in single-board computers like Lattepanda alpha and another Mini computer that supports Windows or Linux.

How to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB Using Rufus

So all you need a Microsoft media creation tool, Rufus setup from their websites. A USB drive of at least 4GB or more and a proper internet or WiFi connection on a PC. Before starting the process make sure to backup or copy any important files on a USB drive if have because all files will be deleted/formatted during the media creation. For a fresh start, you have to download the updated copy of the Microsoft Windows 10 ISO file (which is free of cost) see the steps below, or you can also use your windows DVD, as well as the process, is almost the same. Just follow the steps below:

Step 1: Download the Microsoft media creation tool from here:

Step 2: Then also download Rufus setup:

Step 3: Open up the media creation tool and click on the accept button.

Now you will have to load this ISO file to your Flash Drive. You will need a program called Rufus which is a small utility to create bootable media for MBR and GPT Partitions. You will have to get Rufus from this link (here).

  • After Rufus and the ISO have been downloaded; open Rufus and choose the Device (USB) which should be used as your bootable media.
  • Then, choose the GPT partition scheme for UEFI and leave the File System & Cluster Size to default settings and label the drive.
  • Check to Create a bootable disk and ensure that the ISO Image is selected from the drop-down, use the small drive icon to locate and choose the image.
  • Next, choose Start and wait for the Rufus to properly load ISO to your USB Flash Drive 


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