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       * https://​cdimage.debian.org/​debian-cd/​current-live/​amd64/​iso-hybrid/ ​       * https://​cdimage.debian.org/​debian-cd/​current-live/​amd64/​iso-hybrid/ ​
     * Ubuntu provides an easy start, but has lots of software preinstalled which you may not want: https://​www.ubuntu.com/​     * Ubuntu provides an easy start, but has lots of software preinstalled which you may not want: https://​www.ubuntu.com/​
-  * Copy ISO to the STARTSTICK using ''​dd''​+  * Copy ISO to the STARTSTICK using ''​dd'' ​or on windows use [[https://​www.iseepassword.com/​how-to-burn-iso-to-usb-drive.html|''​Rufus''​]]
   * Boot your computer with STARTSTICK. You may need to enter the BIOS and choose a temporary startup device and/or add the usb stick to the boot options. If the usb stick is not recognized, it may help to try different usb ports.   * Boot your computer with STARTSTICK. You may need to enter the BIOS and choose a temporary startup device and/or add the usb stick to the boot options. If the usb stick is not recognized, it may help to try different usb ports.
   * When STARTSTICK boots, choose graphical install   * When STARTSTICK boots, choose graphical install