Another feature that is built for the enterprise usage and is more than just making a convenient, portable and bootable Windows device. In fact, it allows enterprises to provide a full corporate work environment that is completely separate from the host machine and is a non-virtualized computing environment - all this bootable off a Windows To Go (WTG) USB drive.
In a nutshell, Windows To Go is a full Windows installation, allowing you to immerse in the Windows 8 computing environment with the exception of the host's storage drives. Your data and files stay on the WTG USB drive. We have covered WTG in far more detail over here, so we shall discuss the requirements and highlight some of the steps to create a WTG bootable USB drive for your own usage.
Hardware and Software Requirements to Create a WTG USB Drive:-
As listed above, this function is only available on an Enterprise edition of Windows 8 and it can only be invoked from a system running this OS. In addition to that, you'll need to insert your Windows 8 Enterprise edition installation disc into the drive of your PC. Alternatively, you can mount the ISO image file of the Windows 8 Enterprise edition software. Henceforth, are the steps to create a WTG USB drive:-
Upon booting into the WTG USB device, you would be presented with the Modern UI and it is almost impossible to tell at first glance that you're working off the WTG device.