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Two ways to create a Windows 10 USB bootable media with UEFI support

Windows Tipps vom 14.01.2019 um 21:00 Uhr | Quelle feeds.windowscentral.com
Here are two easy ways to create a bootable USB media to install Windows 10 on devices using UEFI. When you're planning to install a fresh copy of Windows 10 from USB, one of the requirements involves creating media to boot your computer into the setup wizard. However, if you have newer hardware, it's likely that you're using Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), instead of the legacy Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). If this is the case, you also have to ensure that the bootable media supports the firmware type before you can proceed with the installation. Fortunately, if your device features a UEFI firmware, you have multiple ways to create a USB bootable media to install Windows 10. You can use the Media Creation Tool, which is an easy-to-use utility made by Microsoft that downloads and copies the installation files onto a removable drive with support UEFI and BIOS. Or you can use Rufus, which is a freely available third-party tool that allows you to quickly create a med......

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