Have you ever wanted to try the ‘now-so popular’ Windows 8 yourself? I’m sure you have.Anyone can read up on it or maybe watch a YouTube video or two to catch up on where Windows 8 stands currently but using it first hand is a totally different experience.There are loads of ways you can try it out but the most popular and most easiest methods include a) Running it in a virtual machine or b) Running it natively alongside your preferred OS (Windows 7/Ubuntu/OS X etc).This specific post is gonna deal with running it natively ’cause it’s a little more stable as compared to running it in a virtual machine.Although,if you wanna save time and run it in a virtual machine,go ahead and follow this post.
Materials required :
1) A 4GB or higher USB or a blank DVD
Step1 : Install the Windows 8 USB/DVD tool and then run it as admin.
Step2 : Plug in your USB or put your DVD inside.
Step3 : Select your .iso image with the tool and then select USB or DVD depending on what yo’re making.
Step4 : Then,just let the tool do it’s job (It may take some time depeneding on your Writing capabilities).
Step5 : Once the tool prompts you ‘Backup complete’,you’re all set.Just restart your computer and boot from the DVD/USB you made.
That’s it folks! Enjoy your metro-style apps on Windows 8 and make sure you comment below if you have any queries.