Windows USB/DVD Download Tool: Creates a Bootable USB / DVD from ISO

Traditional days have gone by, and most of us do not use CD / DVD. There are a few freeware available over the internet to create a bootable USB flash drive from ISO. ISO2Disc does not only supports creating bootable CD / DVD from Windows ISO, but it also allows us to create bootable USB flash drive and Windows To Go USB drive. Microsoft understands the modern PC users and created software to make a bootable CD / DVD called Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. This tool does not only support creating a bootable CD / DVD from ISO, but it also features creating a bootable USB flash drive from ISO. Those who don’t want to use a third-party app can install Windows USB/DVD Download Tool, which Microsoft has officially released. However, this app is missing with Windows To Go feature. This software was launched with the Windows 7 operating system’s release and continues to support Windows 10. Earlier, this official tool was known as Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool. Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool was renamed to Windows USB/DVD Download Tool, as it was confusing the Windows 8 / 8.1 users.

How to Create a Bootable USB / DVD from ISO?

Step 1. Download, install and open Windows USB/DVD Download Tool (available in different languages) on any Windows PC, including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10 PC.

Step 2. Select the bootable ISO file from your computer.

Step 3. Click Next to continue.

Step 4. Select a USB device to create a bootable USB drive or select the DVD to create a bootable DVD.

We are creating a USB flash drive for Windows 10, and I have inserted a USB drive on my computer.

Step 5. It will automatically detect the USB drive. In case not detected automatically, click on the Refresh icon.

Step 6. Once the USB drive is ready, click Begin Copying.

Step 7. Windows USB/DVD Download Tool will prompt you to format your USB drive.

Step 8. Click Erase USB Device to format your USB drive.

Now, it will start formatting and, after that, copying of required files once you are ready with a bootable Windows USB drive, boot and install on any computer.

Once you have created a bootable USB flash drive, you can test it without installing it on your computer or laptop.

Download Windows USB/DVD Download Tool

You can download Windows USB/DVD Download Tool from here.

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