Create Windows Bootable USB with AOMEI Partition
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How to Create Windows to Go Creator USB with AOMEI Partition

Step by Step Guide to create Windows to Go Creator USB with AOMEI Partition Assistant. Windows To Go Creator can help you create a Bootable USB from Windows 7/11 ISO/ESD file. In other words, it can install Windows 7 to 11 onto a USB flash drive. Afterward, you can boot Windows 7/11 from it anywhere and anytime.

In the interest of satisfying user’s requirements, Microsoft has released a new feature named Windows To Go in Windows 8, 10, and 11. This new feature permits users to boot their Windows 8, 10, 11 from a certified USB pin drive. In this way, Windows users can deploy their own work environment on any system. Hence, users can create Windows bootable USB easily with this massive function offered by Microsoft.

AOMEI Partition Assistant enables users to create a bootable USB pin drive from Windows 7, 8, 10, 11 ISO or ESD file even you have not either Enterprise of Windows 8, 10, 11 or certified USB (to create win2go with Windows built-in function, you need a USB specialized for making Windows go).

Create Windows to Go Creator USB with AOMEI

Things You Need to Prepare

Before directing you through the process of how to create a Windows bootable USB drive, you need to know some tips and requirements listed below:
You need to prepare at least 14 GB or a higher USB drive. Also, it could be an external USB hard drive or SSD.
You want to prepare a Windows 7, 8, 10, 11 installation disc, ISO file, or ESD file.

Tips:

You can create Windows (7, 8, 10, and 11) to go bootable USB on any system installed Windows operating system, no need to be Windows Enterprise Edition.
AOMEI Partition Assistant is a professional and strong partition management software that can as well create Windows to go for computer users. AOMEI Windows users to go is just the same as Microsoft Windows to go and their environment is just the same. Furthermore, AOMEI Partition enables users to make WinToGo on any Windows PC including Windows 7/8/10, and 11 non-enterprise editions, only if users have Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 11 installation disc, ISO file, or ESD file.

Create Windows To Go with system disc/ISO

Insert the USB drive into a USB 3.0 port on the computer. Please make sure it is detected by your computer.
Download AOMEI Partition Assistant,

Install it and then launch. The software will automatically display your USB drive. Select ALL tools and then click on Windows To Go Creator on your left side.

AOMEI Windows To Go creator

Creating Windows to Go, select Create Windows To Go for the personal computer radio button, and then click Next.

AOMEI creating Windows To Go

Select the Create Windows ToGo with the system disc/ISO radio button and then click on the folder icon to select ISO manually.

Windows To Go wizard

Select the ISO file and then click open.

Browse file explorer

Click next.

WinToGo select disk/ISO

Select Advanced.

WinToGo select usb drive

Here you can choose the type of created system (General, VHD, and VHDX) and target system startup mode (Legacy, UEFI, and Legacy UEFI).
Select ok and then click Proceed.

WinToGo advanced settings

The program will notify you about something important, the data on your USB pin drive will be erased. After clicking yes, the progress to create Windows 7, 8, 10, 11 bootable USB drives will begin.

wintogo usb erase data

Creating Windows To Go in progress.

Creating Windows to go progress

Windows To Go successfully created.

Windows To Go successfully created

Create Windows To Go with current system.

Select the second option Create Windows To Go with the current system, this options need an AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional. Your current system information will be pop-up, confirm it, and then click Next.

Create Windows to go current

Select your USB drive and then click Proceed.

WinToGo select usb drive

Follow the about steps to complete the process.

Written by Jamil Parvez

Jamil Pervez works as a Network Administrator, based in Kuwait with a Primary focus on Microsoft technologies. Microsoft Certified MCSE, MCTP, MCITP, CCNP, CCIP, CCVP with 20 years of experience in administering Windows Servers, Exchange, VMWare, Veeam B&R, Veritas BackupExec.

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