When we first heard about the new feature it was called Portable Workspace, now the company has re-named to Windows To Go and is targeted to enterprise customers. Here are some scenarios where this feature will be useful:

Work from a shared computer, from home or any other remote location Contractors and vendors won’t have to spend many hours setting up computers

According to the software maker Windows To Go is going to work with either USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, and in the video demo down below shows that USB 2.0 works pretty well. Microsoft also shared some technical details about Windows To Go:

If present, Windows 8 will boot right to Windows To Go The feature is going to support USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 A pack with drivers will be included, but if a particular driver is needed it will be downloaded from Windows Update Windows To Go will not support Hibernation Legacy BIOS and UEFI firmware will be supported in Windows To Go Crash and Dump will be available for Windows To Go instances

In this video you will see Steve Silverberg, Principal Lead Program Manager of Microsoft Corporation, demonstrate Windows To Go, technology that was created by him, his team and in collaboration with many others. This video covers:

Windows To Go overview — how it works, how to use it, etc. Key scenarios Windows To Go in-depth

How to create a Windows To Go USB drive in Windows 8 [step-by-step]

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