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1. Start <span class="application">GNOME Disks</span> (also called
   <span class="application">Disks</span>).

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   <div class="linux">
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     For example, you can press the <span class="keycap">Super</span> key,
     then type <span class="command">disks</span>, then type
     <span class="keycap">Enter</span>.
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   </div>
   <div class="upgrade">
   Choose <span class="menuchoice">
     <span class="guimenu">Applications</span>&nbsp;▸
     <span class="guisubmenu">Utilities</span>&nbsp;▸
     <span class="guimenuitem">Disks</span></span>.
   </div>

   [[!img install/inc/icons/gnome-disks.png link="no" alt=""]]

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   <div class="step-image">
     [[!img install/inc/infography/plug-usb.png link="no" class="linux" alt="USB stick plugged in the computer"]]
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     [[!img install/inc/infography/plug-upgrade-usb.png link="no" class="upgrade" alt="USB stick plugged on the left"]]
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   </div>

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1. Plug in the <span class="upgrade">intermediary</span> USB stick <span class="linux">on which you want to install Tails</span>.
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   <div class="caution"><p>All the data on this USB stick will be lost.</p></div>

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   A new drive appears in the left pane. Click on it.

   [[!img install/inc/screenshots/gnome_disks_drive.png link="no" alt=""]]

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   <div class="step-image">
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     [[!img install/inc/infography/install-tails.png link="no" class="linux" alt="USB image installed on USB stick"]]
     [[!img install/inc/infography/install-upgrade-usb.png link="no" class="upgrade" alt="USB image installed on USB stick on the left"]]
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   </div>

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1. Click on the
   [[!img lib/open-menu.png alt="Menu" class="symbolic" link="no"]] button in
   the titlebar and choose
   <span class="guimenuitem">Restore Disk Image&hellip;</span>.

   [[!img install/inc/screenshots/gnome_disks_menu.png link="no" alt=""]]

   If your version of <span class="application">GNOME Disks</span> is
   old it might have a
   [[!img lib/emblem-system.png alt="System" class="symbolic" link="no"]]
   button instead. Click on the
   [[!img lib/emblem-system.png alt="System" class="symbolic" link="no"]]
   button and choose
   <span class="guimenuitem">Restore Disk Image&hellip;</span>.

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   [[!img install/inc/screenshots/gnome_disks_system.png link="no" alt=""]]

1. In the <span class="guilabel">Restore Disk Image</span> dialog, click on
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   the file selector button and choose the USB image that you downloaded
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   earlier.

1. Click on the <span class="button">Start Restoring&hellip;</span> button.

1. In the confirmation dialog click <span class="button">Restore</span>. The
   installation takes a few minutes.

1. After the installation is finished, click on the
   [[!img lib/media-eject.png alt="Eject" class="symbolic" link="no"]] button.