This can be very helpful to many IT technicians which deal many times with older machines which cannot be repaired but some times you still need to be able to bootup the HDD with that particular PC because of driver issues etc.
I found that there is a Windows To Go option which is quite cool in general as you can literally have your work in your pocket… But even more then that you can convert a existing installation (only from Windows 7 upwoards) to a Windows to go installation which basically means that it will install any necessary driver when detecting the hardware.
I found these instructions here.
Does anyone have experience with that?
Also what tools are recommended to use for a Windows To Go installation?
Answers are greatly appreciated!