Chances are high, you don’t have the Windows 10 installer disk with you, especially if you upgraded from Windows 7 or 8. But things happen, your Windows 10 may become corrupted by some virus or accidental tampering with important OS files that it no longer can boot up. In such instances, you may need a fresh install of Windows 10.
Then you realize you don’t have the installer disk and the thought of installing your previous Windows 7/8 sickens you, as Windows 10 got you hooked. The only remaining option is to create a bootable ISO file on either a disk or a USB drive. I’d go for the USB drive given I rarely run any disk in my DVD drive and it has accumulated dusts. Chances of it not working properly are high, and even if it works, getting a USB drive lying around is easier than getting an empty DVD.
The Easy Way of Making a Bootable USB Drive for Windows 10
The one thing I love the most about Windows is that things are always easier. Something Mac lovers hate to admit, but it is …read more
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