There are many reasons for people to install more than one OS on their computer. Maybe you want to run Linux next to your Windows installation. Maybe you are like me and need to have an older version of Windows (let’s say XP) because your boss doesn’t want to upgrade his systems. Or maybe you need it to run the new Windows 9 beta next to your current Windows installation. What ever the reason might be, I will show you how to get it done!
Windows To Go is one of those new feature of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 that most people have never head of. It enables the creation of a Windows To Go workspace that can be booted from a USB-connected external drive on PCs. It is intended to allow enterprise administrators to provide users with an imaged version of Windows 8 that reflects the corporate desktop. Creation of Windows To Go drives is not officially supported by other Windows 8 editions, but WindowsInstructed wouldn’t be windows instructed if we didn’t had a tutorial on how to create the Windows To Go stick from your own home pc.