How to make/write/burn Windows ISO to USB/DVD Bootable Disk or Flash/Pen Drive:
When you download Windows from Microsoft for your order from us, you will have one option: You can download an ISO file of your purchased OS. An ISO file combines all the Windows installation files into a single uncompressed file.
If you choose to download an ISO file so you can create a bootable file from a DVD or USB drive, copy the Windows ISO file onto your drive and then run the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. Then simply install Windows onto your computer directly from your USB or DVD drive.
To install the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool:
1. Click to open the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool page.
2. Click Download then Run.
3. Follow the steps in the setup dialogs. You'll have the option to specify where to install the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool.
You must be an administrator on the computer on which you are installing the Windows USB/DVD Download tool. It requires the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 or higher.
Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Pentium 233-megahertz (MHz) processor or faster (300MHz is recommended)
50MB of free space on your hard drive
DVD-R drive or 4GB removable USB drive
For Windows XP users
The following applications must be installed prior to installing the tool:
Using the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool
Before you run the Download Tool, make sure you have purchased the Windows ISO download from Microsoft Store or from Us (Halfrain eStore) and downloaded the Windows ISO file to your drive. If you have purchased Windows but have not yet downloaded the ISO file, you can download the ISO file from the delivery mail you would receive from us.
To make a copy of your Windows ISO file:
1. Click the Windows START button, and click WINDOWS USB/DVD DOWNLOAD TOOL in the ALL PROGRAMS list to open the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool.
2. In the SOURCE FILE box, type the name and path of your Windows ISO file, or click BROWSE and select the file from the OPEN dialog box. Click NEXT.
3. Select USB DEVICE to create a copy on a USB flash drive or select DVD disk to create a copy on a DVD disk.
4. If you are copying the file to a USB flash drive, select your USB device in the drop-down list and click BEGIN COPYING. If you are copying the file up to a DVD, click BEGIN BURNING.
When your Windows ISO file is copied to your drive, install Windows by moving to the root folder of your DVD or USB drive, and then double-click Setup.exe.
This is another very good tool for writing/burning Windows ISO to DVD/FlashDrive/PenDrive: Rufus & Download
You can burn Windows 11 ISO to bootable disk/drive(download directly) for unsupportable Windows 11 computers/hardware's specially which computer has lower then Intel Core 8th Generation Processor or not supporting TPM 2.0
Update for unsupportable device: For unsupportable computers, desktops & laptops, please use Rufus 3.17 or later version. It will give you an option to burn the ISO as "Extended Windows 11 installation with No TPM + no Secure Boot". If your computer supports TPM 2.0 then you should choose the option "Standard Windows 11 installation with TPM 2.0 + Secure Boot".