How to get Windows 8 bootable USB device to an ISO file





sajib shahik | 12:00 PM | 0 Comments


In terms of creativity and design, Windows 8 is said to be the most advanced version of Windows up to. Microsoft has released two pre-release versions of the named developer preview and the preview of consumers. These 2 versions are downloaded and installed millions of people and the feedback from all of these have been mixed. Some say that it is good, some even criticize a variety of reasons, such as CPU usage. Well, for some reason, is, according to me, Windows 8 will set new heights of sales and revenue for Microsoft.

Well, if you also want to try the Windows 8 developer preview, or consumer and you do not want to waste a DVD disc, this tutorial is for you. In this tutorial, I will tell the procedure for Windows 8 bootable USB device to the ISO file.


1. Install and run Microsoft's Windows 7 & 8 USB tool. At a later window (pictured below), go to 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 8 disk image file you have already downloaded and hit next.




2. With a USB flash drive connected (remember, it must have at least 4GB in size 64-bit installation), select the USB device for media type.




3. Select the correct removable device drop-down menu, and then click Start backup.




4. Sit back, relax and make a cup of tea when the tool formats the USB pen drive, make bootable, and copies over all the Windows 8 files.




5. When the process is complete, the USB drive can boot the computer and run Windows 8 installation.




This is all it is. You can save a blank DVD, Windows 8 installation should be faster than flash-based media, and it is, of course, be on netbooks or laptops without an optical drive.


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