According to this article:
Zorin can be installed and run from a USB.
I know how to write an ISO file to a USB, but is there anything I have to do to make Zorin run from the actual USB? For portability?
I’d like to install it on a 3.0 USB and just run it from there.
Or am I misunderstanding the article? I know that a lot of Linux distros will let you test the OS from USB, but when you unplug it, anything you changed or installed is gone. I’m looking to run Zorin and have everything stay on the USB.