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I'm looking for a way to create a windows 7/8/10 live usb with persistence storage. Recently, I started learning .NET and I have to create Windows Form Applications or ASP.NET Core web applications. I tried to use some IDEs like Rider, QT and ..., but the problem is it wasn't useful at all. So, I don't want to try ways like VM or Dual-Boot installation and exactly, I need to create a live usb. I googled a lot and I couldn't find a solution. Thanks a lot :)

I would be interested if I can dual boot this drive with Ubuntu in the future.

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Try installing the balena etcher app and download the windows ISO you want. Then run the balena etcher app which will make you a bootable USB stick.

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  • Have you tried running Windows as a full OS doing this? I think this works as a Windows installer only. – C.S.Cameron Jun 22 '20 at 14:55
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Windows to USB install

Rufus has an option to install Windows to Go to a USB. This is just like running Windows 10 from a hard disk.

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It may not work with acceptable speed on all flash drives. It worked good for me on a 64B Lexar.

I will try adding Ubuntu to the disk as dual boot.

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  • I'll let you know if it worked. Thanks! – Howsen Jun 22 '20 at 13:47
  • It took me all night to do the job. – C.S.Cameron Jun 22 '20 at 13:55
  • Seems it will take all my time tonight. It's weird. – Howsen Jun 22 '20 at 17:06
  • It took a lot of time but it eventually worked – C.S.Cameron Jun 23 '20 at 2:02
  • I was unlucky, this way didn't work. When I try to boot, I see windows splash screen for one moment, but after it takes me back to the ubuntu. – Howsen Jun 23 '20 at 15:56

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