Use your Windows workspace anywhere.
4) The end user only needs a little bit of technical knowledge
Even the most ardent technophobe can tweak the boot sequence in the BIOS (usually by hitting delete before your home copy of Windows launches), but on Windows 8 you can use the Windows to Go Startup Options too. Once it is set up all you need to do is plug in the drive and restart the computer.
5) It’s almost exactly the same as other Windows versions
For security reasons, Windows to Go users can’t access internal disks, and the bootable USB cannot be seen from a native version of Windows. Those using Windows 8 Workspaces on a number of host PCs will not be able to access the Windows Store either. Aside from a few other technical differences, that’s it.
6) If you lose the drive you are still protected
When creating the drives, users can use BitLocker to create a password for the device. Without the password, the device is useless, so anybody who picks it up will not be able to use it to see sensitive information.
7) IT managers still have control
Any user management system that runs on Windows 8 will also work on Windows to Go, including Microsoft’s Group Policy and System Center 2012.