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Windows To Go is a full Windows install, just running from a flash drive. It gets access to all a host PC's processing power and memory — but not its disk drives or other storage. Everything you do stays on the flash drive, ready to move to another PC.
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To find the Windows To Go workspace creation tool, just start typing its name on the Start screen. You'll find the tool in the Settings results, right at the top of the list.
Windows 8 Enterprise comes with a simple wizard for setting up Windows To Go USB sticks. All you need is a suitable memory stick — Microsoft recommends USB 3.0 — with plenty space, and access to a suitable install image file. Start by selecting the USB drive you intend to use.