Windows 11 is now available for download and installation on your computer, allowing you to create a bootable USB drive or DVD. The Media Creation tool is the optimal method for performing a clean Windows 11 installation. Today, we’ll share detailed instructions in this article.


  • Internet access that is consistent
  • 8GB of disc space available (computer, USB, or external drive)
  • 64-Bit CPU (Settings > System > About, or search in Windows for “System Information” and check for “System Type”).
  • Visit the Windows 11 Device Specifications page for more information. (Use PC Health Check to determine whether your PC is ready for Windows 11, which you can download and install here.)

Download the Windows 11 ISO image- Stable Version

   Download Windows 11 Disk Image (ISO)

Else, you can downlaod from the Microsoft….

  • Navigate to the download location after downloading the Windows 11 ISO.
  • To extract the Windows 11 ISO, you will need Winrar.

How to make USB Bootable using ISO File

Before proceeding, you must have downloaded Winrar and formatted your USB disk.

  • Right-Click on the USB Disk
  • Click on Extract FIle, and from there Choose USB Disk which you want to make bootable
  • Once the extraction is finish, you can now continue with the installation.

Installing Windows 11 – Guide

Once a bootable USB or DVD has been created, you can use it to install Windows 11 on any compatible computer.

  • Shut down your computer and navigate to the boot menu (KEY: F2, F12, Del or Esc, else it will appear on the boot screen.)
  • After that, choose your Windows 11 bootable CD.
  • Then, simply follow the on-screen directions.
  • Select the Install Windows Page, and then customise your language, time zone, and keyboard.
  • Then click Next to begin the installation of Windows 11.
  • That is all!

After installing Windows 11 on your computer, you must click Windows Settings and check for driver updates. If Windows is unable to locate your driver, you should visit the help page for your device manufacturer.


Hopefully, this guide was beneficial to you and you were able to construct a Windows 11 Bootable USB disc successfully. We’d love to hear your valued opinion and feedback in the comment box below if you have any questions. Maintain an eye out for future developments on this topic.