Before proceeding, make sure that the USB device has no important data, as the following process will format the drive, which means that you will lose any data you have. Also make sure the disk capacity is 4GB (minimum). Once you are ready with all of these things, we can move on.
Here is the list of steps to follow to create a Windows 10 boot drive:
1) First of all, download Windows 10 Media Creation Tool from Microsoft's official website.
Link: Download Windows 10 Media Creation Tool in 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) Windows.
Note: Download Windows 10 Media Creation Tool based on your system architecture, i.e. 32bit (x86) or 64bit (x64).
To find out what type of Windows you are using:
Right click on This pc o My computer in his desk.
Now it displays the system information as shown: -
As you can see in the image, in my case it is a 64-bit operating system
2) After downloading the multimedia creation tool on your computer, launch the application. Please select Create installation media for another PCand click The next.
3) On the next screen, select your preferred language and system architecture, as determined in step 1.
Also choose the required Windows edition and press The next.
If you are currently using the following version of Windows, choose Windows 10 Home Edition:
- Start Windows 7
- 7 Windows Home Basic
- 7 Windows Home Premium
- Windows 8
- Windows 8.1
And if you are currently using the following edition of Windows, select Windows 10 Pro Edition:
- Windows 7 professional
- Windows Ultimate 7
- Windows 8 Pro
- Windows 8.1 Pro
- Windows 8 professional
- Windows 8.1 Professional con Media Center
And if you're currently running a single language edition of Windows, choose Windows 10 Home in one language as a modification.
4) If you want to create a bootable Windows 10 USB disk, select USB pendrive and click The next.
But in our case, we want to create a bootable Windows 10 USB disk, that's why we will select a USB flash drive, but if you want to burn the settings to DVD, you have to select the last option, ISO file.
Once the Windows 10 media creation tool is done its job, you should have a bootable Windows 10 USB / DVD disk as per your choice
If you're having trouble with any of the steps above, try using the Windows USB / DVD Tool file, which was designed for Windows 7, but also handles Windows 10.
Congratulations, you have now successfully created a bootable USB disk / DVD drive for Windows 10.