Flash Drive Linux vs. Standard Linux Desktops

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Flash drives have had a long-lasting relationship with Linux distributions. These portable storage devices are among the most reliable for out of the box hardware support on the Linux desktop. Clearly, using flash drives to run Linux has its benefits for various types of users.

unning individual installations of Linux on flash drives for each of their employees. Apparently cost was a major motivation, but so was the need to VPN into the office from home without needing to configure a separate piece of software for each person.

It seems there's something inherently valuable about being able to take your "computing profile" with you, even when you're away from work.

Taking your user profile with you

One of the greatest advantages of using a flash drive to run a Linux distribution is that it's like having a computer that fits into your pocket without relying on your smart phone as an alternative. This means that you have everything you need right there on the flash drive itself.

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