Commit bed90b65 authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida

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- Improve phrasing
- Remove CSS classes
parent b1a92d49
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ For example, derivatives could:
- Package specific applications in Debian to make them easier to use in
Tails.
- Document how to use specific applications in Tails.
- Rely on the customizations mechanisms already available in Tails
- Rely on the customization mechanisms already available in Tails
(Additional Software and Persistent Storage features).
- Help us build in Tails other mechanisms that derivatives might need to
adapt Tails to their needs (for example to have persistent DConf
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......@@ -81,9 +81,9 @@ Additional software
Additionally, you can install in Tails any other software available in
Debian.
Using the <span class="guilabel">Additional Software</span>
feature, additional software can even be installed
automatically every time you start Tails.
To install additional software automatically when starting Tails, use the
[[Additional Software|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#additional_software]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
[[See the corresponding documentation.|doc/first_steps/additional_software]]
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......@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ is enough to break Tor's anonymity"</a>.</p>
Tails doesn't encrypt your documents by default
===============================================
The documents that you might save on storage devices will not be encrypted by
The documents that you might save on storage devices are not be encrypted by
default, except in the [[Persistent Storage|doc/first_steps/persistence]], which is entirely encrypted.
But Tails provides you with tools to encrypt your documents, such as
GnuPG, or encrypt your storage devices, such as LUKS.
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......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
1. Start Tails and [[set up an administration password
|doc/first_steps/welcome_screen/administration_password]].
Do not unlock the Persistent Storage in the Welcome Screen.
In the Welcome Screen, keep the Persistent Storage locked.
1. Open <span class="application">Disks</span> from the menu
<span class="menuchoice">
......@@ -16,9 +16,9 @@
detailed information about it is displayed in the right pane: its partitions,
its brand, its size, etc.
1. Find which device contains the Persistent Storage. It should have
two partitions, one labeled <span class="guilabel">Tails</span>, and another
one labeled <span class="guilabel">TailsData</span> which corresponds to the Persistent Storage.
1. Find which device is your Tails USB stick. It should have
2 partitions: one labeled **Tails** and another
one labeled **TailsData**, which corresponds to the Persistent Storage.
1. In the right pane, click on the Persistent Storage partition,
labeled <span class="guilabel">TailsData</span>.
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......@@ -22,9 +22,9 @@ Unlock the Persistent Storage
1. In the right pane, click on the partition labeled as
<span class="guilabel">TailsData LUKS</span>.
1. Click on the <span class="guimenu">[[!img lib/unlock.png alt="Unlock" class="symbolic" link="no"]]</span> button
1. Click on **Unlock**
to unlock the Persistent Storage. Enter the passphrase of the Persistent
Storage and click <span class="guilabel">Unlock</span>.
Storage and click **Unlock** again.
1. In the confirmation dialog, enter your administration password and click
<span class="guilabel">Authenticate</span>.
......@@ -33,10 +33,11 @@ Unlock the Persistent Storage
appears below the <span class="guilabel">TailsData LUKS</span>
partition.
1. Identify the <span class="guilabel">Device</span> name of your Persistent
Storage that appears below the list of volumes.
1. Identify the device name of your Persistent
Storage. The device name appears below the list of volumes.
It should look like <code>/dev/mapper/luks-xxxxxxxx</code>.
Triple-click to select it and press <span class="keycap">Ctrl+C</span> to
Triple-click to select it and press **Ctrl+C** to
copy it to the clipboard.
Check the file system using the terminal
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......@@ -103,20 +103,20 @@ purpose.</p>
</div>
- **<span class="application">VirtualBox</span>** is available for
- **<em>VirtualBox</em>** is available on
Linux, Windows, and Mac. Its
free software version does not include support for USB devices and
does not allow to use a Persistent Storage.
[[See the corresponding documentation.|virtualbox]]
- **<span class="application">GNOME Boxes</span>** is available for
- **<em>GNOME Boxes</em>** is available on
Linux. It has a simple user
interface but does not allow to use a Persistent Storage.
[[See the corresponding documentation.|boxes]]
- **<span class="application">virt-manager</span>** is available for
- **<em>virt-manager</em>** is available on
Linux. It has a more
complex user interface and allows to use a Persistent Storage, either
by:
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[[!meta title="GNOME Boxes"]]
[<span class="application">GNOME Boxes</span>](https://wiki.gnome.org/Boxes) aims at providing a simple
[*GNOME Boxes*](https://wiki.gnome.org/Boxes) aims at providing a simple
interface to create and use virtual machines for Linux with GNOME.
*GNOME Boxes* does not allow to use a Persistent Storage.
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[[!meta title="virt-manager"]]
[<span class="application">virt-manager</span>](http://virt-manager.org/) is a free software
[*virt-manager*](http://virt-manager.org/) is a free software
virtualization solution for Linux. *virt-manager* has a more complex
interface than *VirtualBox* or *GNOME Boxes* but it also has a more
complete set of features.
......@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ complete set of features.
<div class="tip">
<p><span class="application">virt-manager</span> is the only virtualization
<p><em>virt-manager</em> is the only virtualization
solution that we present that allows the use of a Persistent
Storage.</span> See [[Running Tails from a USB
image|virt-manager#usb_image]].</p>
......@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ USB stick once Tails is already installed on it. To do so:
<span class="guimenu">Virtual Machine</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Run</span></span>.
Once you started from the USB device you can [[create a Persistent
After you started on the USB device, you can [[create a Persistent
Storage|first_steps/persistence/configure]] on it.
# Troubleshooting
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......@@ -43,9 +43,9 @@ only read and write to a limited number of folders.
<div class="note">
This is why, for example, you might face <span class="guilabel">Permission
denied</span> errors if you try to download files to the
<span class="filename">Home</span> folder.
<p>This is why, for example, you might face <em>Permission
denied</em> errors if you try to download files to the
<em>Home</em> folder.</p>
</div>
......@@ -57,21 +57,19 @@ The content of this folder will disappear once you shut down Tails.
- If you want to upload files with <span class="application">Tor
Browser</span>, copy them to that folder first.
- If you turned on the <span
class="guilabel">[[Personal
Data|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]</span>
feature of the Persistent Storage, then you can also use the <span
class="filename">Tor Browser</span> folder that is located in the
<span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder. In that case, the
content of this folder is saved and remains available across separate
- If you turned on the [[Personal Data|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]
feature of the Persistent Storage, you can also use the
*Persistent/Tor Browser* folder
to download and upload files from *Tor Browser*. The
content of the *Persistent/Tor Browser* folder is saved across different
working sessions.
<div class="note">
<div class="tip">
<p>To be able to download files larger than the available RAM, you need
to turn on the <span class="guilabel">[[Personal
Data|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]</span>
feature of the Persistent Storage.</p>
<p>To prevent Tails from running out of memory and crashing, download
very big files in the <em>Persistent/Tor Browser</em> folder preferably.
All the files that you download outside of the Persistent Storage are
stored in memory (RAM), which is more limited.</p>
</div>
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......@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ lose your entire wallet.
That's why we recommend you both:
- Turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Bitcoin Client</span>doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#bitcoin]]
- Turn on the [[Bitcoin Client|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#bitcoin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage
to store your bitcoin wallet and preferences across separate working
sessions.
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......@@ -76,5 +76,5 @@ to automatically connect to a Wi-Fi network, do the following:
If you want to reuse your custom
configuration or the passwords of encrypted wireless connections across separate
working sessions, you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Network connections</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure#network_connections]]
working sessions, you can turn on the [[Network connections|first_steps/persistence/configure#network_connections]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ not private.</p>
<div class="tip">
To store your OTR keys and preferences across separate working sessions,
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Pidgin</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#pidgin]]
you can turn on the [[Pidgin|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#pidgin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
......@@ -96,9 +96,9 @@ by [Christopher Pound](http://generators.christopherpound.com/).
<div class="tip">
If you want to reuse the same username across separate working sessions,
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Pidgin</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#pidgin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
<p>To reuse the same user name across different working sessions,
you can turn on the [[Pidgin|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#pidgin]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.</p>
</div>
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......@@ -15,9 +15,10 @@ To start <span class="application">Thunderbird</span> choose
<div class="tip">
<p>You can turn on the [[<strong>Thunderbird</strong>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#thunderbird]]
feature of the Persistent Storage to store your
emails, feeds, and settings across separate working sessions.</p>
<p>To store your
emails, feeds, and settings across different working sessions,
turn on the [[Thunderbird|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#thunderbird]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.</p>
</div>
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- [[!traillink Your_data_won't_be_saved_unless_explicitly_asked|encryption_and_privacy/your_data_wont_be_saved_unless_explicitly_asked]]
- [[!traillink Using_the_screen_keyboard|encryption_and_privacy/virtual_keyboard]]
- Encrypted volumes
- [[!traillink Creating_and_using_<span_class="application">LUKS</span>_encrypted_volumes|encryption_and_privacy/encrypted_volumes]]
- [[!traillink Using_<span_class="application">VeraCrypt</span>_encrypted_volumes|encryption_and_privacy/veracrypt]]
- [[!traillink Encrypting,_decrypting,_signing,_and_verifying_text_using_OpenPGP_and_<span_class="application">OpenPGP_Applet</span>|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet]]
- [[!traillink Creating_and_using_<em>LUKS</em>_encrypted_volumes|encryption_and_privacy/encrypted_volumes]]
- [[!traillink Using_<em>VeraCrypt</em>_encrypted_volumes|encryption_and_privacy/veracrypt]]
- [[!traillink Encrypting,_decrypting,_signing,_and_verifying_text_using_OpenPGP_and_<em>OpenPGP_Applet</em>|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet]]
- [[!traillink Encrypting_text_with_a_passphrase|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet/passphrase_encryption]]
- [[!traillink Encrypting_and_signing_text_using_public-key_cryptography|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet/public-key_cryptography]]
- [[!traillink Decrypting_and_verify_text|encryption_and_privacy/gpgapplet/decrypt_verify]]
- [[!traillink Securely_deleting_files_and_clean_diskspace_using_Nautilus_Wipe|encryption_and_privacy/secure_deletion]]
- [[!traillink Managing_passwords_using_<span_class="application">KeePassXC</span>|encryption_and_privacy/manage_passwords]]
- [[!traillink Calculating_checksums_using_<span_class="application">GtkHash</span>|encryption_and_privacy/checksums]]
- [[!traillink Managing_passwords_using_<em>KeePassXC</em>|encryption_and_privacy/manage_passwords]]
- [[!traillink Calculating_checksums_using_<em>GtkHash</em>|encryption_and_privacy/checksums]]
......@@ -67,8 +67,8 @@ results</span> window appears.
<div class="tip">
To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across separate working sessions,
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">GnuPG</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#gnupg]]
To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across different working sessions,
you can turn on the [[GnuPG|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#gnupg]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
......@@ -78,8 +78,8 @@ padlock, meaning that the clipboard contains encrypted text:
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----"]]
<div class="tip">
To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across separate working sessions,
you can turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">GnuPG</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#gnupg]]
To store your GnuPG keys and configuration across different working sessions,
you can turn on the [[GnuPG|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#gnupg]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
</div>
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......@@ -24,10 +24,12 @@ To learn how to create and configure the Persistent Storage, read the
0. When starting Tails, [[unlock the Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. In the [[<span class="application">Persistent Storage
settings</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure]], verify that the
[[<span class="guilabel">Personal Data</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#personal_data]]
feature is turned on. Otherwise, turn it on, restart Tails,
0. In the [[Persistent Storage
settings|first_steps/persistence/configure]], verify that the
Personal Data
feature is turned on.
Otherwise, turn it on, restart Tails,
and [[unlock the Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence/use]].
0. To start <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>, choose
......@@ -79,12 +81,16 @@ Persistent Storage from a previous working session.
<div class="tip">
<p>In addition to the <em>password database</em>, you can store your <span class="application">KeePassXC</span>
<em>settings</em>
using the [[<span class="guilabel">Dotfiles</span>|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]
feature of the Persistent Storage. To do so, create the folder
<code>/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/dotfiles/.config/keepassxc/</code>
and copy the file <code>~/.config/keepassxc/keepassxc.ini</code> to it.</p>
<p>To store your <em>KeePassX</em> settings in the Persistent Storage,
in addition to the password database:</p>
<ol>
<li>Turn on the [[Dotfiles|doc/first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.</li>
<li>Create the folder <em>/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/dotfiles/.config/keepassxc/</em>.</li>
<li>Copy the file <em>~/.config/keepassxc/keepassxc.ini</em> to<br/>
<em>/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/dotfiles/.config/keepassxc/keepassxc.ini</em>.</li>
</ol>
</div>
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......@@ -11,9 +11,8 @@ or damaged, it would not prevent your computer to start Tails. Consequently,
removing the DVD or USB stick containing Tails is enough to retrieve your usual
operating system.
You should save anything you want to keep for later access into a
separate device (other USB stick, other DVD or any device you would choose),
or use the [[Persistent Storage|first_steps/persistence]].
Use the [[Persistent Storage]] to save anything that you want to keep
after you shut down Tails.
<a id="access_hdd"></a>
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......@@ -130,36 +130,41 @@ class="command">apt</span> command instead.</p>
Installing additional software automatically when starting Tails
----------------------------------------------------------------
To do so, you need to turn on the [[<span class="guilabel">Additional
Software</span>|persistence/configure#additional_software]] feature of the
Persistent Storage.
To install an additional packages automatically when starting Tails:
After a package is installed using <span class="application">Synaptic</span> or
<span class="command">apt</span>, a notification appears to ask if you want to install this package
every time you start Tails in the future.
1. Turn on the [[Additional
Software|persistence/configure#additional_software]] feature of the
Persistent Storage.
[[!img additional_software/add-additional-software.png link="no" alt=""]]
1. Install the package using *Synaptic* or
the <span class="command">apt</span> command.
- If you choose <span class="button">Install Every Time</span>,
the package is saved in the Persistent Storage and will be reinstalled
automatically every time you start Tails.
1. After the package is installed,
a notification appears to ask if you want to install this package
every time you start Tails in the future.
The package will also be updated automatically when you connect to the
Internet.
[[!img additional_software/add-additional-software.png link="no" alt=""]]
- If you choose <span class="button">Install Only Once</span>, the
package is also saved in the Persistent Storage but won't be
reinstalled automatically every time you start Tails.
- If you choose <span class="button">Install Every Time</span>,
the package is saved in the Persistent Storage and will be reinstalled
automatically every time you start Tails.
The same package can be reinstalled faster for some time because you
won't have to download it again.
The package will also be updated automatically when you connect to the
Internet.
- If you choose <span class="button">Install Only Once</span>, the
package is also saved in the Persistent Storage but won't be
reinstalled automatically every time you start Tails.
The same package can be reinstalled faster for some time because you
won't have to download it again.
Additional configuration
------------------------
Some packages require additional configuration to work. To keep the
configuration across Tails sessions, you can use the [[<span
class="guilabel">Dotfiles</span>|first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]
Some packages require additional configuration to work. To keep their
configuration across Tails sessions, advanced users can use the
[[Dotfiles|first_steps/persistence/configure#dotfiles]]
feature of the Persistent Storage.
Checking your list of additional software
......@@ -274,9 +279,9 @@ example, to install packages from the `non-free` section of Debian. To do so:
sudo install -d -m 755 /live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/apt-sources.list.d
1. Edit <span class="filename">/live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/persistence.conf</span>,
the configuration of the Persistent Storage, as root and add the
<span class="filename">apt-sources.list.d</span> folder as a
1. As root, edit */live/persistence/TailsData_unlocked/persistence.conf*,
the configuration of the Persistent Storage, and add the
*apt-sources.list.d* folder as a
feature of type `link`:
/etc/apt/sources.list.d source=apt-sources.list.d,link
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......@@ -348,7 +348,7 @@ Emptying the trash
pane to open it.
To empty the trash of the Persistent Storage, open the
<span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder.
*Persistent* folder.
1. Click on the <span class="guimenu">[[!img lib/pan-down.png alt="menu toggle"
class="symbolic" link="no"]]</span> button in the title bar and choose
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<div class="caution">
<p><strong>The use of the Persistent Storage in a system which is designed to provide
anonymity and leave no trace is a complicated issue.</strong><br/>
[[Read carefully the warning section.|persistence/warnings]]</p>
<p>Using the Persistent Storage can have security implications
in a system like Tails, which is designed to provide
anonymity and leave no trace.
[[Read our warnings about the Persistent Storage.|persistence/warnings]]</p>
</div>
......@@ -2,19 +2,20 @@
If you start Tails from a USB stick, you can create a
Persistent Storage in the free space left on the USB stick.
The files in the Persistent
Storage are saved encrypted and remain available across separate working sessions.
The files and settings stored in the Persistent
Storage are saved encrypted and remain available across different working sessions.
You can use this Persistent Storage to store any of the following:
You can use this Persistent Storage to store, for example:
- Personal files
- Some settings
- Additional software
- Encryption keys
The Persistent Storage is an encrypted partition protected by a passphrase.
The Persistent Storage is an encrypted partition protected by a passphrase
on the USB stick.
Once the Persistent Storage is created, you can choose to unlock it or not
After you created a Persistent Storage, you can choose to unlock it or not
each time you start Tails.
[[!inline pages="doc/first_steps/persistence.caution" raw="yes" sort="age"]]
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......@@ -4,24 +4,28 @@
[[!toc levels=3]]
To open the Persistent Storage settings, choose
<span class="menuchoice">
<span class="guimenu">Applications</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guisubmenu">Tails</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Configure persistent volume</span></span>.
To create or configure the Persistent Storage, choose
**Applications**&nbsp;▸ **Tails**&nbsp;▸ **Configure persistent volume**.
<div class="note">
The error message <span class="emphasis">Error, Persistence partition is not
unlocked.</span> means that the Persistent Storage was not unlocked in
the Welcome Screen. So you can not configure it
but you can delete it and create a new one.
<!-- We should improve this error message in #10048 and get rid of this note. -->
<p>The error message <em>Error, Persistence partition is not
unlocked.</em> means that the Persistent Storage was not unlocked in
the Welcome Screen. You cannot use or configure your Persistent Storage
but you can delete it and create a new one.</p>
<p>To change the configuration of your Persistent Storage, restart Tails,
unlock the Persistent Storage, and choose <strong>Applications</strong>&nbsp;▸
<strong>Tails</strong>&nbsp;▸ <strong>Configure persistent volume</strong>
again.</p>
</div>
When run for the first time, or after [[deleting the Persistent
Storage|delete]], the assistant proposes to create a new Persistent Storage on
the USB stick. Refer to our [[installation
Storage|delete]], an assistant allows you to create a Persistent Storage in
the free space left on the USB stick. Refer to our [[installation
instructions|install/clone#create-persistence]] for more guidance on
creating the Persistent Storage.
......@@ -30,31 +34,32 @@ Features of the Persistent Storage
<div class="note">
<strong>Restart Tails to apply the changes</strong> after selecting or
deselecting one or several features.
<p><strong>Restart Tails to apply the changes</strong> after selecting or
deselecting one or several features.</p>
</div>
<div class="note">
Only features that are listed here can currently be made
persistent. Some other features have been asked and accepted, but are
waiting to be implemented: browser extensions,
<p>Only the features that are listed below can currently be made
persistent. We are often asked to implement new features of the
Persistent Storage:
[[!tails_ticket 5501 desc="language and keyboard layout"]],
[[!tails_ticket 5461 desc="Tor configuration"]],
[[!tails_ticket 7148 desc="wallpaper"]],
[[!tails_ticket 7246 desc="default sound card"]],
[[!tails_ticket 5979 desc="mouse and touchpad settings"]],
etc. See the
[[corresponding tickets|https://redmine.tails.boum.org/code/projects/tails/issues?query_id=122]]
for more details.
for more details.</p>
</div>
<div class="bug" id="deselect">
<p>If you turn off a feature, it will be
turned off after restarting Tails but the
unavailable after restarting Tails but the
[[corresponding files|doc/first_steps/persistence/copy#feature_files]]
will remain in the Persistent Storage.</p>
are still saved in the Persistent Storage.</p>
<p>To delete the files corresponding to a feature:</p>
......@@ -94,7 +99,7 @@ will remain in the Persistent Storage.</p>
<div class="text"><h2>Personal Data</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, you can save your personal files and working
When the Personal Data feature is turned on, you can save your personal files and working
documents in the <span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder.
To open the <span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder, choose
......@@ -109,10 +114,10 @@ To open the <span class="filename">Persistent</span> folder, choose
<div class="text"><h2>Browser Bookmarks</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, changes to the bookmarks in
[[<span class="application">Tor Browser</span>|doc/anonymous_internet/Tor_Browser]]
When the Browser Bookmarks feature is turned on, changes to the bookmarks in
[[*Tor Browser*|doc/anonymous_internet/Tor_Browser]]
are saved in the Persistent Storage. This does not apply to the
[[<span class="application">Unsafe Browser</span>|doc/anonymous_internet/unsafe_browser]].
[[*Unsafe Browser*|doc/anonymous_internet/unsafe_browser]].
<a id="network_connections"></a>
......@@ -121,9 +126,10 @@ are saved in the Persistent Storage. This does not apply to the
<div class="text"><h2>Network Connections</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, the
When the Network Connections feature is turned on, the
[[configuration of the network devices and connections|doc/anonymous_internet/networkmanager]]
is saved in the Persistent Storage.
is saved in the Persistent Storage, for example the passwords of Wi-Fi
networks.
<a id="additional_software"></a>
......@@ -132,7 +138,7 @@ is saved in the Persistent Storage.
<div class="text"><h2>Additional Software</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, a list of
When the Additional Software feature is turned on, a list of
[[additional software|doc/first_steps/additional_software]] of
your choice is automatically installed every
time you start Tails.
......@@ -156,7 +162,7 @@ so [[be careful with what you install|additional_software#warning]].</p>
<div class="text"><h2>Printers</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, the
When the Printers feature is turned on, the
[[configuration of the printers|doc/sensitive_documents/printing_and_scanning]]
is saved in the Persistent Storage.
......@@ -167,9 +173,9 @@ is saved in the Persistent Storage.
<div class="text"><h2>Thunderbird</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, the configuration and emails stored
When the Thunderbird feature is turned on, the configuration and emails stored
by the
[[<span class="application">Thunderbird</span> email client|doc/anonymous_internet/thunderbird]]
[[*Thunderbird* email client|doc/anonymous_internet/thunderbird]]
are saved in the Persistent Storage.
<a id="gnupg"></a>
......@@ -179,15 +185,14 @@ are saved in the Persistent Storage.
<div class="text"><h2>GnuPG</h2></div>
</div>
When this feature is turned on, the OpenPGP keys that you create or import are
When the GnuPG feature is turned on, the OpenPGP keys that you create or import are
saved in the Persistent Storage.
<div class="caution">
If you manually edit or overwrite the
<span class="filename">~/.gnupg/gpg.conf</span> configuration file
you may lessen your anonymity,
weaken the encryption defaults or render GnuPG unusable.
<p>You might lessen your anonymity, weaken encryption, or break features of
GnuPG if you manually edit or overwrite the <em>~/.gnupg/gpg.conf</em>
configuration file.</p>
</div>
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<div class="text"><h2>Bitcoin Client</h2></div>
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When this feature is turned on, the bitcoin wallet and preferences of
When the Bitcoin Client feature is turned on, the bitcoin wallet and preferences of