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    Closest Macrium Reflect Linux alternative?

    @Lord Boltar This tool is simple to use indeed. Thanks! :)
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    @SlowCoder What you said is correct! But what i am saying, (and i know i am sounding paranoid) is. Giving you Windows 10 example. Windows 10 in itself is a backdoor and spying tool. I spoke to a peer that knows about IT way, (but way more than i do), and he told me this! Meaning, if Microsoft...
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    @Old Tom Bombadil 1 laptop and a mini tower for i.e? I am googling but what is the smallest and lightest mini tower in the market? Are you aware?
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    Closest Macrium Reflect Linux alternative?

    @Lord Boltar Which one is more straightforward to use?
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    @Old Tom Bombadil With the KVM Switch I should be able to switch between my laptop and a Compute Stick?
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    Closest Macrium Reflect Linux alternative?

    What is the Closest Macrium Reflect Linux alternative? Macrium reflect has the rescue USB tool where you can bring your OS to life with everything exactly as you had, by selecting the image backup. Is there one that does exactly this?
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    @bob466 Read my reply to @SlowCoder Is what you said for real or some good humor? :D
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    @SlowCoder The work example was one of a few that came to my mind. I am self employed. By monitoring i meant ISP, hackers, etc. Hibernating and powering on the machine works! But then i get to bitlocker, and have to reboot again before i am back at main OS. It's time consuming. Another...
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    @SlowCoder This is for work or banking sensitive data, where i want to avoid my activity being monitored on main Linux. Thus usage of virtualization is redundant as if my screens get monitored so does what i do on VMware , for example...
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    It is a duplicate. I wasn't sure where it would apply better. Please delete this one if you have the rights to.
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick? Say main OS being Linux, and then you switch to a "Bootable USB Tails" for some tasks, and return to main OS when you want; without having to restart. Is this technically possible with 1 laptop...
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    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

    Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick? Say main OS being Linux, and then you switch to a "Bootable USB Tails" for some tasks, and return to main OS when you want; without having to restart. Is this technically possible with 1 laptop...
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @SlowCoder My ISP's router is the latest and has firewall builtin too. Honestly, it either adds substantial security and privacy, or i won't even bother :) I don't have time to waste with such things. I'll have a call with someone from a security company selling computer equipment, to have...
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @SlowCoder I will install an extra soft firewall and tweak it as much as needed! For my home setup i just wanted to know if an external firewall would improve security more and be justified... I know, and i have this in my near future plans.
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @SlowCoder I will consider only this 3: Parrot "Home Edition" - Manjaro - LMDE Linux. Do you think a "Smart Firewall" physical device will provide further anti-backdoor protection? Like this one: Ubiquiti Unifi Security Gateway (USG)...
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @CrazedNerd Indeed. Windows 10 itself is a spying tool! But isn't a very well secured Linux with a well built firewall, Mullvad VPN, and fingerprint add-ons for Firefox and other private browsers enough to reduce this? At the browsing level it should block a lot, but for the OS itself it comes...
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @SlowCoder English is not my native language. "Zorin OS is guilty of nondisclosure." means they respect user private data, right? So LMDE being Debian based is a private distro too? If so will give it a go. Stuff that i read from some sources, for me, it's enough not to trust Ubuntu. Specially...
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @SlowCoder, This is a very important point! And one of the reasons i will probably be a Linux lover maybe for life. No limitations! This way i can just choose a distro i like and that's it. But aren't some distros owned by companies who handle data a little different? For instance, Linux Mint...
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    What is the most Private Linux Distro?

    @SlowCoder I only possess 1 laptop and i prefer this way for simplicity. Personally i encrypt my drives and use vpn.
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