Windows 7 Portable – Run Windows within PenDrive!

In this article, you can understand how to create a portable version of Windows with the title. But the question is, do you need to create a portable version of Windows?

If you are in journalism or marketing related profession, you have to travel a lot or travel a lot. Laptops or PCs you work at home or in the office may not be often taken with you on a trip. There may be times when using another person’s PC or laptop in the workplace, but there may not be any app or settings configured on your own. The portable version of Windows will be released from these troubles.

If it is installed on your pen drive, the pen drive will have your own set of windows, essential apps, everything. It was done without having to plug it into the USB port of someone’s PC or laptop. অ্যাপ All your apps, settings and settings of your personal PC on a PC or laptop will taste your own windows. That’s why you just have to boot from that pen drive.

How to create a portable version of Windows

There are numerous ways to create a portable version of Windows. Here are two of the simplest methods. Rufus will be used for one method and the WinToUSB program for the other.

Whatever it takes

  • Rufus or WinToUSB software
  • A fast USB 3.0 pendrive of at least 32GB. The higher the read-write speed and
  • Storage, the better. It’s best not to worry about using USB 2.0.
  • ISO file of the desired version of Windows operating system
  • A valid license for Windows (if good, if not, you should run a trial).

How to make a portable version of Windows Install Windows on a USB drive with Rufus.

Download Rufus from this site first. There is no need to install it as it is a portable app.

Now place your USB drive on the PC and open the app and select the drive on which you want to install Windows. Then click on the Select button to show the location of the downloaded Windows ISO file.



Now select “Windows to Go” from the image options.



Now go to the “Partition Scheme” option and go to “MBR” and “Target System” options and select “Bios” or “UEFI” according to your PC.



Then click the Start button below and wait for the process to complete. When done, simply eject the pen drive. This time you want to run the portable windows on the PC, reboot the PC and select USB as the boot drive from BIOS, then your portable Windows will boot on that PC.

Creating a Portable Version of Windows Installing Windows on a USB Drive with WinToUSB.

Download WinToUSB from this site first. Download this free version for personal use. This requires the paid version to install the October 25 update for Windows. But you can install the April 28 version with the free version.

Once the app is installed and open, you will get two options. One is to completely clone the windows on your PC with your settings and data, and the other is to install a new one as before. To clone your USB drive must be equal to or more storage than your PC drive. If you do not go here and install a new Windows.

Click on the button next to the Select Image File box and select the downloaded ISO file.



Now select the version of Windows that you have licensed or use and press the Next button below.


Now select the USB drive you want.

Pressing Next can show a warning. Make it ignore. From the next screen, select “MBR for Bios and UEFI”.

Now press the Yes button and select Legacy from installation mode.

Now press Next, the process will start and wait for the install to finish. When the installation is finished you can boot it on any PC as shown in the previous procedure.

Good to know

The process of creating portable windows is quite time consuming. It may take a few hours to make Windows portable if the file transfer speed of PenDrive is low. The first time you boot / start, it will take a bit longer for Windows to get the initial setup. Then start fairly quickly. So you have to be a little patient. This process may also change with the updates and updates of Windows 7.