Basically you plug in the usb flash drive with Linux on it.
BIOS. Once your in the BIOS set the machine to boot to the usb device. In other words make the usb stick to be the first choice in the boot menu.
Save the changes and exit.
Upon exiting the BIOS your laptop should boot directly into the Live install.
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Well, ParrotSecurityOS is Good.
Unfortunately ive just decided that I wanted to make the switch back to Windows.
WoeUSB or Terminal doesn't work and the windowsISO file wont boot because its partitioning is in UDF format.
I cannot find a work around, so I will just have to wait untill this pandemic is over to get my hands on a PC to create a Installation Media
So we can see my struggle here.
Other then that, parrot works fine. I am still finding issues like with Grub bootloader.
a bit slow on my device which seems weird and ubuntu, or any linuxOS can't be downloaded?!
Reasoning behind why I mentioned that is because supposedly, There are WoeUSB supported distros (woeusb included with tools) which I believe is a hoax. And i'd like to check it out
Despite these minor issues that can be fixed over the time that this pandemic is done, I'm enjoying Parrot a bit and still trying to find ways to get windows back haha. I'm losing my mind trying to figure out the process / method.