Look for the section titled Create Windows 10 installation media and click Download tool now.
When the media tool downloads, right-click and run the executable as an administrator. You'll be prompted with license terms, click Accept if you agree to them.
When the application loads, go to the What do you want to do? page. Choose Create installation media for another PC. Choose your preferred language and whether the build should be 32-bit or 64-bit.
Make sure the flash drive is connected. You'll need at least 8 GB of free space. Any existing data on the flash drive will be deleted. Click Next when you’re ready to create the drive.
Congratulations! You now have a Windows 10 bootable USB drive. Now you can head over to our guide on how to restore Windows 10 to create a safe restore point.