24. Run Windows On USB

Download the WinToUSB tool and install. Select a Windows 10 ISO that is one version behind the current version (otherwise you must register the tool).

  1. Select the windows ISO to use.

  2. Set appropriate Windows version for your hardware license.

  3. Set GPT for UEFI.

  4. Create disk. This will take a few minutes as Windows 10 is actually being installed to the USB drive.

Once done, just select the Windows Boot Manager label for the USB disk to boot into a clean Windows install.


Remember to update to the latest Windows version.