Windows To Go is a feature introduced in Windows 8 and 8.1 that allows users to create a portable, self-contained version of the Windows operating system on a USB drive. With Windows To Go, users can boot and run Windows 8 or 8.1 from any computer that supports booting from a USB device, without having to install the operating system on the computer’s hard drive. This makes it easy to use a single Windows environment across multiple devices, or to access a secure and managed Windows environment from a non-corporate device. Windows To Go can be created using the Windows To Go Creator Wizard, which is included in Windows 8 and 8.1 Enterprise editions. The USB drive used to create Windows To Go must meet certain hardware and performance requirements, and the Windows To Go workspace is encrypted by default to protect data and ensure security. While Windows To Go is not available in Windows 10, a similar feature called Windows To Go Workspace can be created using third-party software.