Many users want to create a Windows 11 bootable USB drive and install it on a different PC. How to make Windows 11 bootable USB drive? This post of MiniTool will walk you through a full guide. Windows 11 is the next version of the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system that was revealed on June 24, 2021. This new version brings many advanced features and improvements. You can utilize the PC Health Check application to check if your computer is eligible to upgrade to Windows 11. If it is, you can install Windows 11 on your PC. But what to do if you want to make bootable Windows 11 USB drive and install it on a different PC? Let’s keep reading. Have you come across the Go back button not working in Windows 11 problem? Now, you come to the right place. This post will help you bypass it easily. To make a Windows 11 bootable USB drive successfully, you need to prepare a USB flash drive that has 8GB capacity or larger. In addition, make sure your computer meets the basic requirements below to install Windows 11. Processor: 64-bit at 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with 2 or more cores. RAM: 4GB or more. Hard drive: 64GB or larger. Graphics card: DirectX 12 compatible or later with a WDDM 2.x driver. Display: > 9″ with HD Resolution (720p). Internet connection. Now, let’s see how to create Windows 11 bootable USB drive. There are 2 main parts to make a bootable Windows 11 USB drive. The first thing you must do is download the Windows 11 ISO file. Here the best way is to visit the official Microsoft website since it is the only safe and credible source for the Windows 11 ISO file, but you need to wait for the Preview ISO file to be available on the website.