Step 1: Requirments
First, you’ll need a program to install Kali on your USB drive and make it bootable. Universal USB Installer, as it is easy to use and it has a direct link to many Linux distress download page within the program.
Search for this button, and get the program. Once you run it, you’ll see a disclaimer page. Accept it and you’ll be presented with the configuration section (after a few seconds). Choose Kali from the drop down menu:
If you haven’t downloaded a Kali image yet, just check the “Download Link” box and you’ll be taken right into the download page.
If your system is 64 bit, you may want the 64 bit ISO.If you’re not sure whether your PC is 32 or 64 bit, choose the 32 bit ISO. It’ll work for both architectures.
You can choose Direct download, but if you have a pretty slow and unreliable connection, download it via Torrent.
Once you have downloaded your Kali image, select it:
Step 2: Installing Kali
Now choose the drive letter for your USB drive (you won’t need to use that check box on the right side). Be careful when doing this.
check you drive first and backup your important data.Then format your USB. That’ll wipe your whole USB drive.
Then click on Create button to start.it take some time.When it done it show like that: