Tails operating system is a Linuxdistribution that was made especially to protect users privacy. It is nearly impossible to track someone who is using it. No data is stored on USB flash disk that Tails is installed. So in case someone stoles flash drive from you or you lose it, it won`t be possible for them to see your activity. It is better if you use an older version of Tails.
Note: Step 2&3 are not necessary anymore.
5. Õou can use Etcher software as is suggested on Tails webiste to install image to a USB drive. Unfortunately Etcher application makes connections during installation to Google and other servers. So you should use Rufus instead. (https://rufus.ie/en/) Double click Rufus.exe, click on 'Select', and select image file that you`ve downloaded at previous step. Click 'Open'.
8. In order to get to Bios boot menu one should press immediately upon pc starting up a key. At most desktop computers this key is Delete or Del key. Then go to boot menu. For laptops or well known desktop brands boot menu appers by pressing the following key: for Acer press Esc or F12, for Asus press Esc or F8, for Compaq press Esc or F9, for Dell press F12, for Fujitsu press F12, for HP press Esc or F9, for Intel press F10, for Lenovo press F12, for Samsung press Esc or F2, for Sony press Esc or F10 or F11, for Toshibá press F12.
11. Click on 'Applications' menu, go to 'Favorites' and select Tor browser. For maximum anonymity uninstall and disable all add-ons from it.
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