Now a days those who are buying a pc are very happy just because they can load any application and to it and it will not disappoint but for those who have old pc they get frustrated because we get used to a new version of an operating system. So to solve this issue Microsoft has been in discussion to bring up a new way of bringing Windows 8 to older machines without having to actually upgrade or install software on the older machine. It’s very easy to do thanks to the ability to run Windows 8 from a flash drive.
Recently Microsoft was showing off Windows To Go, it is a version of Windows 8 present on a flash drive, so that you can plug into any computer and access the os from the pendrive itself. To operate Windows To Go you need a 32 GB flash drive and saves the user’s apps and settings, after that it will allow you to make any machine you come in contact with just like your PC at home or the office.
This feature is mainly targeted for business users because it is as an easy way to access work anywhere you go with windows 8 at your side. This should be a useful feature. The user could work at the office on the desktop and then take the flash drive home or on the road to work in the same environment using the same apps. I wonder if running operating system from the flash drive will affect performance compared to running it with the traditional install.