I did do searches and I see a lot of various posts about this topic...but a lot of the posts were quite old and dealt with Windows 7/8...so I don't know if anything's changed since then. Since a lot of computers don't seem to have CD drives now a days, I'd like to learn how to create bootable USB drives with Windows 10 images....I'd prefer to actually choose which ISO I use...I know there's the official Windows 10 media creator, but it really doesn't let you choose which ISO to use...it just downloads one from Microsoft So, I've heard of pendriveinstaller, Rufus, and a few others. However, some of them have all kinds of options to choose from (UEFI settings, format for the flash drive, etc.)...this kind of gets me a bit confused. Do I need to check if the PC I'm installing on is UEFI or Legacy before I create the flash drive? No clue. Is there a reliable way to create a Windows 10 bootable flash drive with the ISO I want? Can anyone give me some guidance on the matter? I'd prefer a way where I can verify the integrity of the image once it's put on the drive...kind of like most DVD burning software has a "verify contents of the disc" that you can select to run at the end of the burning of the ISO... I suppose I could always just get an external DVD drive (USB)...but I'd rather not spend money if I don't have to. Thanks in advance for your thoughts and information.