Two ways to create a Windows 10 USB bootable media with UEFI support

Are you about to install Windows 10 on a UEFI-based device? This guide will show you how to create a compatible USB flash drive to complete the task.

When you have to install a clean copy of Windows 10, you’d typically use a USB media to boot the device into the “Windows Setup” wizard to continue with the installation. However, if you have a computer that features a Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), instead of the legacy Basic Input/Output System (BIOS), it’s important to use the appropriate media for the motherboard firmware type.

On Windows 10, you can use at least two methods to create a bootable media to install the OS from USB on a UEFI-based computer. You can use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool to download the files onto a removable storage with support for both firmware types (UEFI and legacy BIOS). You can also use third-party tools, such as Rufus, which makes it easy to create a USB to install Windows with support for UEFI.

In this Windows 10 guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to create a USB flash drive that includes UEFI support using the Microsoft Media Creation Tool and Rufus.

How to create Windows 10 UEFI boot media using Media Creation Tool
How to create Windows 10 UEFI boot media using Rufus tool

How to create Windows 10 UEFI boot media using Media Creation Tool

On devices using UEFI, the quickest way to create a bootable USB media to perform a clean install or in-place upgrade of Windows 10 is to use the Media Creation Tool, which Microsoft makes available for download through its support website.

To create a bootable media, connect a USB flash drive of at least 8GB of storage, and then use these steps:

Open Windows 10 download page.
Under the “Create Windows 10 installation media” section, click the Download tool now button to save the file on your computer.

Double-click the MediaCreationToolxxxx.exe file to relaunch the tool.
Click the Accept button to agree to the Microsoft terms.
Select the Create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC option.

Click the Next button.
(Optional) Clear the Use the recommended options for this PC option.

Select the correct language, architecture, and edition of Windows 10.

Quick tip: If you’ll be installing Windows 10 on multiple computers running 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, then use the “Architecture” drop-down menu and select the Both option.
Click the Next button.
Select the USB flash drive option.

Click the Next button
Select the flash drive from the list. (If you don’t see the storage, click the Refresh drive list option.)

Click the Next button.
Click the Finish button.

Once you complete the steps, the tool will download the required files from the Microsoft servers, and it’ll create a bootable USB flash drive with support for UEFI and BIOS.

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How to create Windows 10 UEFI boot media using Rufus tool

If the Media Creation Tool isn’t working or prefer to use a third-party tool, Rufus allows you to create an installation media with support for UEFI. You can use Rufus with an existing ISO file, or you can use the tool to download the Windows 10 files from the Microsoft servers, which you can the use to create the bootable flash drive.

Create boot flash drive with Windows 10 ISO

To create a bootable media using an existing Windows 10 ISO file, connect a flash drive of at least 8GB of space, and use these steps:

Open Rufus download page.
Under the “Download” section, click the latest release and save the file on your device.

Double-click the Rufus-x.x.exe file to launch the tool.
Under the “Device” section, select the USB flash drive.
Under the “Boot selection” section, click the Select button on the right side.
Select the Windows 10 ISO file from its folder location.
Click the Open button.
Use the “Image option” drop-down menu to select the Standard Windows installation option.
Use the “Partition scheme” drop-down menu to select the GPT option.
Use the “Target system” drop-down menu to select the UEFI (non CSM) option.

Under the “Show Advanced drive properties” section do not change the default settings.

Under the “Volume label” field, enter a descriptive name for the drive — for example, “win10_20h2_usb.”

Under the “File system” and “Cluster size” section do not change the default settings.
Click the Show advanced format options button.
Select the Quick format and Create extended label and icon files options.
Click the Start button.
Click the OK button to confirm.
Click the Close button.

After you complete the steps, Rufus will create a USB flash drive to install Windows 10 on a UEFI computer with the image you’ve provided.

Create boot flash drive downloading Windows 10 ISO

Rufus also includes a feature that allows you to download the Windows 10 ISO directly from the Microsoft servers, which you can then use with the tool to create a bootable USB flash drive.

To create an installation media downloading the ISO file, connect a USB flash drive of at least 8GB of space, and then use these steps:

Open Rufus download page.
Under the “Download” section, click the latest release of the tool to save the file onto your computer.

Double-click the Rufus-x.x.exe file to launch the tool.
Click the Settings button at the bottom of the page.

Quick note: Steps No. 4 through 8 will enable the feature to download the ISO file. If you already have the down-arrow button next to the “Select” option, you don’t need to use these four steps.
Under the “Settings” section, use the “Check for updates” drop-down menu and select the Daily option.

Click the Close button.
Close the Rufus tool.
Double-click the Rufus-x.x.exe file to launch the tool.
Under the “Device” section, select the USB flash drive.
Under the “Boot selection” section, click the arrow button next to the “Select” option and choose the Download option.

Click the Download button.
Use the “Version” drop-down menu to select the Windows 10 option.
Click the Continue button.
Select the 20H2 (Build 19042.xxx – xxxx.xx) option to download the Windows 10 October 2020 Update.
Click the Continue button.
Use the “Edition” drop-down menu and select the Windows 10 Home/Pro option.
Click the Continue button.
Use the “Language” drop-down menu and select your installation language.

Quick note: If you’re in the United States, you should select the “English” option. Otherwise, select the “English International” option.
Click the Continue button.
Use the “Architecture” drop-down menu and select the 32-bit or 64-bit option (recommended).

Quick tip: You can determine the architecture of your computer on Settings > System > About, under the Device specifications section.
Click the Download button.

Select a folder location to temporarily store the ISO file.
Click the Save button.
Use the “Image option” drop-down menu to select the Standard Windows installation option.
Use the “Partition scheme” drop-down menu to select the GPT option.
Use the “Target system” drop-down menu to select the UEFI (non CSM) option.

Under the “Show Advanced drive properties” section do not change the default settings.
Under the “Volume label” field, enter a descriptive name for the drive — for example, “win10_20h2_usb.”
Under the “File system” and “Cluster size” section do not change the default settings.
Click the Show advanced format options button.
Select the Quick format and Create extended label and icon files options.
Click the Start button.
Click the OK button.
Click the Close button.

Once you complete the steps, the tool will run the script to download the Windows 10 ISO file from Microsoft. After the download, Rufus will be able to use that ISO file to create a bootable media, which you can use to install Windows 10 on computers using UEFI.

When you have the USB bootable media with support for UEFI systems, you can use it to start the “Windows Setup” wizard to perform an in-place upgrade or clean installation of Windows 10.

More Windows 10 resources

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Playing Age of Empires 3: DE on Steam and seeing crashes? This might help.

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Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition is the third and final Age remake, released October 15, 2020.
Update 5025 is a Steam-only hotfix that aims to rectify a memory leak issue some users were experiencing.
Cross-play between Steam and Microsoft Store version has been temporarily disabled.
A further update is expected next week that will contain quite a few more bug fixes.

Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition has been released for just more than two weeks, and it has now — at least on the Steam side — received its third update. Hotfix 5025 aims to clear up a memory leak some Steam users were seeing; Microsoft Store and Game Pass users don’t seem to be affected by the issue. The leak could cause the game to crash, and there were some rare cases of users with installed mods seeing player profile corruption.

Now live: Steam-only hotfix for Age of Empires III: DE to address a memory leak specific to that version. Steam users can download now, Windows Store users will have these fixes in next week’s update. Crossplay temporarily unavailable: https://t.co/XW9ZfS8v8y pic.twitter.com/Gg1j8M24C1— AgeOfEmpires (@AgeOfEmpires) October 30, 2020

The hotfix also addresses a crash that some people were experiencing while playing through the story mode mission “The Siege of Osaka.” Because the Steam version and the Microsoft Store version now have different builds, cross-play has been temporarily disabled. The versions are expected to be able to play together again following another update.

And a larger update is expected next week for all versions of the game. The dev team is focusing on furthering its crash eradication, smoothing out cinematics (some would cause the game to hang), and having player ELO ranking stats show in casual lobbies. As for the Microsoft Store version, work is being done to properly show mods in the built-in browser, as well work on player names showing up correctly during matches.

The Age team does note that following this Steam hotfix, custom mods might not work properly. If you’re seeing any wonk, it’s recommended you disable any installed mods until further notice.

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Google has dropped details of a previously undisclosed vulnerability in Windows, which it says hackers are actively exploiting. As a result, Google gave Microsoft just a week to fix the vulnerability. That deadline came and went, and Google published details of the vulnerability this afternoon.
The vulnerability has no name but is labeled CVE-2020-17087, and affects at least Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Google’s Project Zero, the elite group of security bug hunters which made the discovery, said the bug allows an attacker to escalate their level of user access in Windows. Attackers are using the Windows vulnerability in conjunction with a separate bug in Chrome, which Google disclosed and fixed last week. This new bug allows an attacker to escape Chrome’s sandbox, normally isolated from other apps, and run malware on the operating system.
In a tweet, Project Zero’s technical lead Ben Hawkes said Microsoft plans to issue a patch on November 10.
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In addition to last week's Chrome/freetype 0day (CVE-2020-15999), Project Zero also detected and reported the Windows kernel bug (CVE-2020-17087) that was used for a sandbox escape. The technical details of CVE-2020-17087 are now available here: https://t.co/bO451188Mk
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But it’s unclear who the attackers are or their motives. Google’s director of threat intelligence Shane Huntley said that the attacks were “targeted” and not related to the U.S. election.
A Microsoft spokesperson also added that the reported attack is “very limited and targeted in nature, and we have seen no evidence to indicate widespread usage.”
It’s the latest in a list of major flaws affecting Windows this year. Microsoft said in January that the National Security Agency helped find a cryptographic bug in Windows 10, though there was no evidence of exploitation. But in June and September, Homeland Security issued alerts over two “critical” Windows bugs — one which had the ability to spread across the internet, and the other could have gained complete access to an entire Windows network.
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Use Excel's VLOOKUP function to find anything on a table

If you work with a large dataset or usually query the same data in an Excel table, then you should use the VLOOKUP function to make your life easier – here’s how.

In Microsoft Excel, VLOOKUP (vertical lookup) is a search function that you can use to find any data inside a particular column of the table by looking at the first column’s entries and returning a corresponding value from another column.

While in a small table, you may be able to glance and quickly determine the information you need, it’s different when working with an extensive spreadsheet with hundreds of rows and columns. Since you can spend a long time analyzing and finding the required information, Excel’s VLOOKUP function was created to simplify data retrieval.

VLOOKUP works by performing a vertical search (top to bottom) for a value in the first column (that acts as the unique identifier), and then it returns a result from the matching row. The Excel function works like a drink menu at the coffee shop, where you start with the information you know, such as the drink’s name, and then you look to the right to get the information you don’t know, for example, the price.

In this Windows 10 guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to correctly write a basic VLOOKUP function with the desktop version of Microsoft Excel, whether you use the version of Office available through a Microsoft 365 subscription, Office 2019, Office 2016, or earlier version.

How to write VLOOKUP function in Excel
How to build VLOOKUP function in Excel

How to write VLOOKUP function in Excel

To write a VLOOKUP function manually in Excel, use these steps:

Open Excel.
Create the first column with items that will work as unique identifiers (required).

Create one or more additional columns (on the right side) with the different values for each item from the first column (on the left side).

Select an empty cell in the spreadsheet and specify the name of the item you want to find an answer to—for example, Orange.

Select an empty cell to store the formula and returned value.
In the empty cell, type the following syntax to create a VLOOKUP formula and press Enter:

=VLOOKUP()

Type the following arguments inside the parenthesis “()” to write the function and press Enter:

=VLOOKUP(lookup_value,table_array,col_index_num,range_lookkup)

lookup_value: defines the cell that includes the product identifier from the first column on the left.

table_array: defines the range of data where you want to perform a search. Typically, you would select the entire Excel table.

col_index_num: defines the column number that the function will look to find a value. When specifying multiple columns, you should do from left to right.

range_lookkup: includes two options: “false” for exact match or “true” for an approximate match. Usually, you want to use the false option.

Quick note: If you don’t specify a value, then the “true” option will be applied by default. Sometimes, when using the “true” option, the first column needs to be shorted, which may cause an unexpected result. If you’re not getting the correct value, you should use the “false” option or sort the first column alphabetically or numerically.

In the command, make sure to update the variables inside the parenthesis with the information you want to query. Also, remember to use a comma to separate each value in the function. You do not need a space between each comma.

Here’s an example that returns the price for the 20oz bottle of orange juice:

=VLOOKUP(C10,B4:E8,4,FALSE)

Once you complete the steps, the feature will return the value for the item you specified on step No. 4. If you receive the “#NAME?” error value, then it means that the formula is missing one or multiple quotes.

If you are trying to find data for another item, update the name of the cell on step No. 4. For example, if you want to see the price for the “20oz” bottle of Kiwi juice, then replace “Orange” with “Kiwi” in the “lookup_value” cell and press Enter to update the result.

How to build VLOOKUP function in Excel

In addition to writing a formula directly into the spreadsheet, you can also use the Functions Arguments wizard, which gives you a more user-friendly interface to build the lookup formula.

To use the Function Arguments wizard to build a VLOOKUP formula in Microsoft Excel, use these steps:

Open Excel.
Create the first column with a list of items that will act as unique identifiers (required).

Create one or more additional columns (on the right side) with the different values for each item from the first column (on the left side).

Select an empty cell in the spreadsheet and specify the name of the item you want to find an answer to—for example, Orange.

Select an empty cell to store the formula and the returned value.
Click the Formulas tab.
Under the “Functions Library” section, click the Lookup and Reference drop-down menu and select the VLOOKUP option to open the Functions Arguments wizard.

In the Lookup_value field, specify the cell that contains the reference of the item you want to find the answer to—for example, C9.

In the Table_array field, select the section of the table where the search will be performed. Usually, you want to select the entire table.

In the Col_index_num field, specify the column number that contains the answer. For example, 4, which is the number of the column that stores the information you want to retrieve. In this case, the price for the 20oz bottle of juice.

In the Range_lookup field, specify whether VLOOKUP should look for a specific match (false) or an approximate match (true).

Quick note: Typically, you want to use the false option to query a specific match of the information you need.
Click the OK button.

After you complete the steps, VLOOKUP will return the result based on the parameters you have defined in the Function Arguments wizard.

In the case that you want to determine the information for another item with different details from the first column, you want to repeat steps No. 4 through 12.

We’re focusing this guide on the desktop version of Microsoft Excel for Windows 10, but you can also use VLOOKUP on the web version of Excel. However, the function wizard is available, which means you’ll need to write the formula manually with the above steps. Also, these instructions should work with the version of Office available for macOS users.

More Windows 10 resources

For more helpful articles, coverage, and answers to common questions about Windows 10, visit the following resources:

Windows 10 on Windows Central – All you need to know
Windows 10 help, tips, and tricks
Windows 10 forums on Windows Central

Use Excel's VLOOKUP function to find anything on a table

The Halo 4 PC test flight has been extended to November 6

More content for crossplay is being tested as well.

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Halo Community Manager John Junyszek confirmed on Twitter that Halo 4’s test flight on PC is being extended until November 6.
Additionally, the crossplay testing that’s live in the flight now includes Halo: Reach Firefight and Multiplayer.
To have a chance to play in future flights, you’ll need to sign up for the Halo Insider Program.

Halo Community Manager John Junyszek has confirmed on Twitter that the Halo 4 test flight on PC is being extended until November 6, 2020 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. If you were bummed that you were going to have to stop playtesting the game on PC soon, this news is sure to brighten your sprits.

Halo 4’s flight has been updated to include Halo: Reach crossplay and will now be live until next Friday! ? https://t.co/Z1qcRLho52— John Junyszek (@Unyshek) October 30, 2020

Additionally, Halo: Reach’s Firefight and Multiplayer modes have also been added to the flight’s Crossplay content. This means that you, as a PC player, can now play Halo: Reach with people who are using the Xbox version of the Master Chief Collection (MCC) and vice versa. If 343 Industries is able to perfect it, Crossplay will be huge for the future of the MCC, so make sure you help them test it out if you’re a Halo Insider in the flight.

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Mojang holds developer Q&A for the Minecraft 'Caves and Cliffs Update'

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Minecraft announced its next major update, the ‘Caves and Cliffs Update’ back at Minecraft Live.
The update is truly massive, and will add a ton of features and content to Minecraft sometime next year.
In a new video, Mojang Studios held a developer Q&A so that team members could answer community questions.
Not a ton of new information is revealed in the video, but it’s still a fun watch if you’re looking forward to the update.

Minecraft is a great game for many reasons, but one of the biggest is how it constantly improves over time with new updates. The next major update coming to Minecraft, announced earlier this year at Minecraft Live, is the Caves and Cliffs Update, which is set to come out in Summer 2021. We already have a lot of information about the update, but there’s of course a lot more to learn before the update releases sometime next year. In a new developer Q&A from Mojang Studios, the team tries to answer some questions from the community about the upcoming release.

While there’s not a ton of flat-out new information in the Q&A, as the team can’t commit to big changes or additions this early on in development, we do get some more details and behind-the-scenes looks at a lot of things, as well as some clarification for why certain features are the way they are (usually in the name of being unique). If you’re looking forward to the Caves and Cliffs Update, it’s a great video to watch, and you’re bound to learn a few little tid bits about your favorite feature coming in the future update.

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