We have installed with CD and DVD to operating systems on our computers for some time. With the growing popularity of netbooks things are changing. In such cases, an external optical drive or USB drive.
There are a few situations where the use of USB brings several advantages:
If you try to install Windows on a netbook or the optical drive is broken
If you want to create a Live USB from an ISO image (with some effort)
Theoretically, the transmission rate can be improved and the installation is a little faster
You can carry your original installation media.
There are a number of ways to create a bootable USB drive, but most require them to copy the files manually – that is prone to error. WinToFlash makes the whole task much easier by the magic of automation.
WinToFlash download from here. It is a portable application, all you need to do is unpack the ZIP file and you’re ready to go. Home WinToFlash, pop in the Windows CD / DVD, connect the USB flash drive and give you the routes. Click to “Next” and how WinToFlash create a bootable USB drive from the installation CD. This may take some time depending on the size of the installation CD.
WinToFlash also use pre-transfer environments (PE) on a flash drive. Go to the tab “Tasks” and select the desired option.