There are several ways to create Windows To Go drives.
There's the default tool that only ships with Enterprise editions of Windows, and only works on a few models of USB drives.
Then there's Rufus
, but it'll only create a WTG install if the USB drive shows up as fixed/non-removable.
There's an Easus tool, it's paid, but can clone your existing Windows install to a WTG drive.
We have WinToUSB, which has a bunch of extra features for power users, but is not free for commercial use and needs to be purchased for some features.
There's also a manual method, and a script I wrote, which automates the process.
YUMI uses a VHD for a Windows To Go install.
Each of these has its pros and cons, and I was wondering if I should write a post that covers each method and tell readers which one to use and when?