How to install and use Zorin through USB

After fixing some things in my USB I feel like I want to try Zorin again. Thankfully I got Zorin OS to work again on the USB, but, I was wondering if I can just install on my USB completely, like not just try it but to use it, just through USB. I do not want to dual boot or replace Windows (at least not at this moment), but I do want to just use Zorin just through my USB. Is this possible to do so? If so, will the drivers on my computer integrate with Zorin even if it is not installed onto the computer fully? Any answer is appreciated.

If you are wondering, my laptop is a Dell Inspiron 7500.

Yes, you can run through USB using “persistence” on the USB stick.
This comes with a caveat: Running through the USB is a lot slower since all communication is bottlenecked through that one USB port.
As long as you keep that in mind, then personally I think that is a safe and great way to explore.
When I migrated from Windows to Linux, using zorin, I found the old ZorinGroup Forum and Swarfendor and Zorinantwerp were instrumental on it in keeping my sanity in check. Suddenly trying to use a new and unfamiliar system that operates differently than what a person is used to can get trying. Especially for those simple things that you just cannot find.
Here is a link with a guide on creating a Bootable USB with Persistence to get you started. And please feel free to exploit the forum as often as you need.

Thank you for showing me these articles, @Aravisian . Just one question; if I set up persistent storage, will Zorin work with all of my drivers? Still have the problem with audio, but it makes sense as it is not fully installed into my system. Also I am not sure how much space is the right amount for my persistent storage. I have a 64 GB USB.

I, too, use a 64gig stick and I have not come anywhere near to filling it. My average OS with Home storage is around 10gigs to a max of 20gigs. I say that, while I have never reached twenty gigs but for safety…
I really think 64gigs is plenty fine for regular use and exploring the system and getting a feel for it.

Zorin on USB should work with all your drivers. As a bootable “Try out” medium, it essentially is using the same modules that it would be using when installed. In some case, a more generic module or driver is referenced when used as a Trial instead of as an installation. This can cause some slowness at times. It’s not overly common. And it is less common that something works in Trial but does not work on installation (and the other way around)- That happens not due to drivers as much as due to Configuration.
This is why sometimes the simplest fix for problems that come up after installation is to remove the home ~/.config directory, defaulting back to the same configurations that would have been used during the USB run or Right After a recent installation.

I do use Zorin on USB for testing. I Do Not Use Gnome, but sometimes I need to test something IN Gnome and it is easier to do it on a USB. I Do the same with Zorin Lite. And sometimes, I am a wildman and load up entirely different desktops and distros for testing things as well. Using Zorin Lite on USB is a breeze. although slower, it feels very much the same as using it as Installed.
Zorin Core… is a little more nerve-wracking. I rarely have Technical issues with it, though. Zorin Ultimate is heavier on what it carries with it, I wouldn’t want to use it on a Persistent USB, Lite or otherwise.
For Fun, a person can load up Antix on a USB and watch magic happen. It doesn’t matter what you plug it into, it runs blazing fast. Desktop Environment is very simple and meager, though.
It kinda reminds me of Puppy Linux, really.

For Audio- we can try troubleshooting that in much the same manner on your persistent USB as on a full installation.

So I’m currently in the process of burning the ISO with the persistent storage, but when I am done and boot up, should I do try or install zorin?

Once you boot with persistence, use the Try Zorin Option only, each time.
Using the “install Zorin” option will install Zorin onto your computers HDD or SSD.