How to create a bootable Windows 10 usb stick in Ubuntu

Create a bootable USB Windows 10 stick with Linux

Need to install Windows 10 on a machine, but need to put the Windows 10 ISO on a USB stick on nothing but a Linux box? Sure!

Create a bootable USB Windows 10 stick with LinuxDuring the recording of the Ubuntu Podcast, Ubuntu MATE’s Martin Wimpress mentioned a tool he used to create a bootable Windows 10 USB on Ubuntu.

I’m pretty sure that the only time that I’d ever want to do this particular action, would be to help out a friend who’s pooched their Windows 10 machine and needs it re-installed. I’d have to download the Windows 10 ISO image from Microsoft’s website and then put it as a bootable image on a USB stick. Traditionally, that wasn’t easily do-able on Linux. Now you can rest easy, it is using the WoeUSB tool…

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