Making ISO file a bootable USB in linux

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I have installed Xubuntu formattinb the hard drive.
So my computer works Xubuntu only.

After Window is gone, I sometimes face difficulty in using the computer, especially in installing a new program like photoshop, or some other program.
So I like to use it as Dual booting both window and xubuntu.

I did download window10(32bit) at microsoft in order to make it a dual booting system.
Now I have win10 iso in Download directory like the attached image.

What is next?
How can I make the ISO file to installation file for making a bootable USB?
 

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Dual-booting is OK but it might involve more work.

Save anything on Xubuntu. Install Windows. Install Xubuntu. Restore anything you have saved from Xubuntu...
 

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An other option, depending on the level of performance you need, is to put windows in a VM.

 

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regarding photoshop there is a lateral thinking approach - there is i believe nothing that you can do on photoshop that i can do with Gimp
 
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An other option, depending on the level of performance you need, is to put windows in a VM.
I am new to VM.
I feel it will be another challenge to me,

In order to make it clear,
I like to ask the following is correct or not.
(1) install Virtual Machine on my Xubuntu.
(2) install Windows on the virtual machine
 
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I did download window10(32bit) at microsoft in order to make it a dual booting system.
Now I have win10 iso in Download directory like the attached image.

What is next?
How can I make the ISO file to installation file for making a bootable USB?
You can use multi-writer it's available through synaptic package manager.
 

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G'day Dotker :)

Mate can you give us the specifications for your computer?

Go to Terminal and type and enter

Code:
inxi -Fxz

Then copy and paste the text into your reply.

Do not take a picture of the Terminal output, your pictures are too small.

If you want to post pictures, read my Thread here, first

https://www.linux.org/threads/posting-screenshots-at-this-site-read-this-for-easy-way.21722/

But it is better with Terminal ouput to copy and paste, because we can then do the same back to you if we need to.

Cheers

Chris
 
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