The problem is that the Windows To Go image that is created during this process fails to load properly upon first boot. The problem is only solved by using Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise edition in conjunction with a Windows To Go drive. Many users choose to run Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 Home edition and hope that it will boot correctly (even though it may get stuck on the loading screen) and then install Pro or Enterprise edition of Windows from the media provided. There are a number of guides for doing this on the Internet and StackOverflow is a good place to find help.
An 'Ultimate' version of Windows 10, Windows 10 Enterprise, includes a new built-in Windows To Go USB disk image feature that can be used to create a bootable USB drive from within Windows 10 itself. (In previous versions of Windows, users had to download and use an application to create a USB flash drive bootable image.)
Microsoft designed Windows To Go drives to be compatible with any version of Windows 8.x and 10. (However, it was designed to work with the Enterprise, Education, and Developer editions of Windows 8.x and 10.)
The MATLAB environment is based on the MathWorks MATLAB® Compiler, or MMC, which is a proprietary language developed by MathWorks to facilitate the building of applications. MMC understands the MATLAB language and various task APIs and provides efficient intermediate language compilers for compiling functions and scripts.
The MATLAB® Engine is the core of the MATLAB product. It compiles, executes, and interprets MATLAB scripts and programs, as well as runs the M-files and M-links created by the MMC. It also allows the exchange of data between MATLAB applications, the MathWorks M-files and M-links, and other programming languages, including C, C++, and Visual Basic. 827ec27edc