Microsoft is targeting this new feature to enterprise IT pros and basically it allows to create a bootable USB device that contains a copy of Windows 8, along with their business applications, data, and settings. When the user is finished and log off, they will simply disconnect the USB device, leaving not data or information behind; besides that using Windows in this environment will not modify anything in the computer that is running, which it can be very useful an a variety of scenarios, like troubleshooting computers, access data securely, and just work more efficiently. It is also important to note the Windows To Go USB devices can be secured with encryption using BitLocker technology, that way if your USB device “is misplaced”, the content within will stay safe.

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