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How to install Windows 10 from USB with UEFI support

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If you have a PC using UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), you can use these steps to properly create a bootable USB media to install Windows 10.

When you're getting ready to install a new release of Windows 10, or you're planning to set up a dual-boot system, you first need to create a bootable USB media to start the setup and proceed with the installation. However, if you have a newer device that uses UEFI mode, instead of the legacy BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) firmware, you need to make sure the installation media includes the correct firmware support.

Thankfully, you have multiple choices to get this done properly. You can use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool, which makes it easy to prepare a removable drive with support for both firmware modes (BIOS and UEFI). And if the tool doesn't work, it's also possible to use the popular Rufus tool to create a bootable media specifically to work on UEFI devices.

In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to create a USB bootable media with UEFI support using the Media Creation Tool and Rufus. Here's how to install Windows 10 from USB.

How to create a USB bootable media using Media Creation Tool

You can use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool to quickly create a USB media that will boot on a device using UEFI.

  1. Download the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft.
  2. Double-click the MediaCreationTool.exe file to launch the tool.
  3. Click Accept.
  4. Select the Create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC option.

  5. The language, architecture, and edition will be selected automatically based on your computer configuration, but you can clear the Use the recommended options for this PC option to select the appropriate settings if you're trying to use the media on another device.

  6. Click Next.
  7. Select the USB flash drive option.

  8. Click Next.
  9. Select the removable drive from the list.

  10. Click Next.

After completing the steps, the Media Creation Tool will download the files to install Windows 10, and it'll proceed to create the bootable media, which should work on devices using legacy BIOS as well as on those newer machines using UEFI.

How to create a USB bootable media using Rufus

Alternatively, if the bootable media created using the Media Creator Tool isn't working on your computer. Or you've already downloaded the Windows 10 ISO file from another source, such as from MSDN, you can use the Rufus tool, which allows you to create a USB bootable with support for UEFI.

  1. Download Rufus from the official site.
  2. Double-click the Rufus-x.xx.exe file to launch the tool.
  3. Under "Devices," select the USB drive with at least 4GB of space.
  4. Under "Partition scheme and target system type," select the GPT partition scheme for UEFI option from the drop-down menu.
  5. Under "File system" and "Cluster size," leave the default settings.
  6. On "New volume label," type a descriptive label for the drive.
  7. Under "Format Options," check the Create a bootable disk using "ISO image" option.
  8. Click the drive icon.

  9. Select the Windows 10 image.
  10. Click Open.
  11. Click the Start button.
  12. Click OK to confirm that the USB drive will the erased.

Once you've completed the steps, Rufus will proceed to create the USB bootable media with support for UEFI systems.

Wrapping things up

After creating the bootable media with support for UEFI, you can boot your UEFI-based device with the USB flash drive to upgrade your device or perform a clean installation of Windows 10 using this guide.



Windows 10 Redstone 5 is the next major update to Windows 10 coming this fall, and its development is now well underway. With every new Insider preview build, comes a list of new features and changes. Here's our consolidated changelog for Windows 10 Redstone 5 that we will continue to update throughout development.

Keep in mind this changelog only includes things that result in new features or big changes. We are not including a list of fixes in this changelog. For that, you can check out the official Windows Blog.

Windows Shell

  • Windows 10 UWP apps and some Win32 apps such as File Explorer now feature a tabbed UI similar to that found in Microsoft Edge called "Sets."
  • Users can restore entire tabbed window sessions from either Timeline or the Sets UI.
  • A new "safe removal" feature has been added that lists open applications that might be using an external GPU connected via Thunderbolt 3.
  • Notifications in the Action Center now feature a fade-in effect when the Action Center is opened.

Settings

  • Cortana's Settings category has been renamed to "Cortana & Search."
  • Windows Mail will now open links in Edge by default. This cannot be changed. (This may get removed before RS5 is finalized.)

Catch up on all the changes from the previous Windows 10 updates

Windows 10 Redstone 4 complete changelog Windows 10 Redstone 3 complete changelog

Updated March 25, 2018: We updated this changelog with the latest changes found in build 17627.


Last updated: Build 17133

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: The ultimate changelog

The Windows 10 'Spring Creators Update' is coming soon! Here are all the biggest, noteworthy changes coming in Microsoft's next big update for Windows 10.

The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, also known as Redstone 4 is just about ready for launch, meaning it shouldn't be long before the rolls it out to the public. To prepare, here's a consolidated list of all the noteworthy changes coming in the next Windows 10 update!

Keep in mind this changelog only includes things that result in new features or big changes. We are not including a list of fixes in this changelog. For that, you can check out the official Windows Blog.

Windows Shell

  • Fluent Design reveal effects have been softened
  • Fluent Design Acrylic and Reveal effects are now showcased in more areas of the Shell.
  • The Start menu now features Fluent Design "reveal" effects in tiles and the apps list.
  • The "clear all", "expand", "collapse" and "see more" text in the Action Center now uses your chosen accent color.
  • You can now use a two finger swipe gesture to dismiss all notifications in the Action Center.
  • Windows will now show you your personalized lock screen when selecting your account on the login page.
  • The Calendar fly-out on the taskbar now features reveal effects.
  • Contacts pinned to the taskbar now show a list of connected apps rather than tiles.
  • The Taskbar now features the Acrylic blur effect.
  • Action Center notifications now feature Fluent Design reveal effects.
  • The "clear all" text in Action Center now says "clear all notifications" instead.
  • Nearby Share is now present in the Share UI and lets you share content between nearby devices.
  • Right-clicking a live tile will give you the option of jumping straight into that apps Settings.
  • Task View now includes Timeline that allows you to go back and resume apps you had open in the past up to 30 days.
  • Virtual Desktops has moved to the top of the Task View UI.
  • Fluent Design effects will be disabled when in battery saver mode.
  • The My People Hub now features Reveal and Acrylic effects.
  • You can now drag to reposition contacts pinned to the Taskbar.
  • You can now drag contacts between the Taskbar and the My People Hub.
  • Quiet Hours has been renamed to Focus Assist and has been updated with new features.
  • Documents and Pictures are now listed in the Start menu hamburger menu by default.
  • On devices with Windows Hello support, users can now setup Hello directly from the login screen.
  • The Xbox Gamebar has been updated with a new Fluent design UI.
  • Users on Windows 10 S can now use the Microsoft Authenticator app to log in to their PC.
  • Eye Control has been updated with more functions in the eyebar.

Microsoft Edge

  • You can now mute audio coming from a specific tab.
  • Edge now has the ability to save free EPUB books.
  • Edge will now automatically fill out preferred information in address and related forms.
  • The Edge UI now features an improved UI with Fluent Design reveal effects and more prominent Acrylic title bar.
  • The EPUB and PDF bookmarks UI has been updated.
  • The book and PDF reader has been updated with a new UI, including new dark and light modes.
  • Reading progress within books and PDF documents will roam faster across devices.
  • Edge now supports Service Workers that allows websites to send notifications and refresh in the background even when Edge is closed.
  • The Hub has been redesigned with a new hamburger menu and larger slide-out panel.
  • The favorites bar will now automatically show on the Start or New Tab pages, just like in other web browsers.
  • Extensions can now be used when InPrivate browsing is enabled.
  • You can now vertically dock the Edge DevTools panel.

Cortana

  • Cortana now has a new Lists/Collections app that allows you to create Lists that sync across devices with Cortana.
  • Cortana's proactive content will now appear in Action Center.
  • Cortana is now better at alerting you of apps that you can pick up where you left off.
  • Cortana now features a new Notebook UI that better promotes things like Skills, Lists and more.
  • The user's profile picture is now showcased in Cortana's hamburger menu.

Input improvements

  • Touch keyboard now features Fluent Design.
  • Physical keyboard users now have the option to enable an on-screen text suggestions function.
  • The wide virtual keyboard now features shape-writing.
  • New gestures when writing with a pen are now present in the pen insert field.
  • You can now insert more than one emoji at once when using the emoji panel.
  • You can now change the font used in the handwriting panel.
  • The emoji panel now supports more languages.
  • Pen users will now see a handwriting panel automatically popup when selecting a text field.
  • Some emoji have been updated with a new look.

Settings and miscellaneous

  • Settings now features a new redesign with Reveal effects and Acrylic blur.
  • You can now configure Startup apps in Settings.
  • There is now a color wheel in the Ease of Access area.
  • Ease of Access has been categorized into subcategories in the sidebar and reorganized.
  • Sound settings are now present in the Settings app.
  • Storage Sense now includes Disk Cleanup settings and functions.
  • Font settings are now available in Settings.
  • Users can now limit download bandwidth for updates in the foreground.
  • You can now manage what data is stored in Timeline.
  • You can now adjust how bright SDR content appears when using an HDR monitor.
  • Windows Update will now place an update icon in the System Tray when there is an update pending.
  • You can now customize the number of contacts that can be pinned to the Taskbar up to 10.
  • Users can now recover local accounts from the lock screen.
  • More Control Panel elements such as Fonts, Display, Sound, and more have now been moved into Settings.
  • There is now a new Keyboards area located in Settings.
  • Language Packs are now powered by the Microsoft Store and feature a new install UI.
  • HomeGroup has been removed.
  • You can now customize what apps send notifications when Focus Assist is on, and can also schedule a time for it to automatically enable and disable.
  • Some Bluetooth peripherals can now be paired with one click.
  • Windows Update will now prevent a PC on AC power from going to sleep if there is an update pending in the last two hours.
  • A new privacy settings page will present itself during device setup.
  • Windows Defender Application Guard features new changes such as performance improvements, and the ability to download files to the host.
  • HEIF file format is now supported.
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