In Chapter 1 you learned quite a bit about Windows To Go, including the differences between a traditional installation of Windows and Windows running on a USB drive. You learned what is required of the host computer, which must meet specific certification requirements for both hardware and software. You learned that processor architecture has to match between the host and the Windows To Go drive, and that limitations exist with regard to the Windows Store for Windows 8 and access to local resources (specifically the host's internal hard drive) for all operating systems. In this chapter we’ll continue along that same ...
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2. Using Windows To Go
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