If you work in IT (and/or you’ve ever read this site), you’ve probably created USB Bootable Media to reinstall an Operating System before. With Windows (since 2015 specifically), a wonderful tool called Rufus has made this process much simpler than it used to be, with a 4(ish) click process to go from downloaded ISO to bootable USB drive in a snap. Unfortunately, Microsoft made things a bit more difficult for us with Windows 10, Version 1909.
It’s Fall 2017 (in North America), and you know what that means – Microsoft has released the latest Windows 10 version. This also means that it’s time for an updated “How To” on creating customized Windows install media.