Having portable a operating system on a stick can be very convenient, as you’ll always have your programs and files with you on the go and on pretty much any computer. Hardware support on Linux is pretty good, if you have a relatively recent computer, chances are that everything will be supported with no problem! And you get to surf the Internet faster by skipping the long Windows boot time.
1.) A computer that supports booting to USB – you might have to configure your BIOS
2.) A USB stick(Pendrive) with at least 2GB storage space
3.) Any Windows version
4.) The Linux distro’s ISO file (Don’t worry, it’s free)