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Easy Solution Works Great

Published on 4/30/2016
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I wrote a PR yesterday about tryng Linux, to see how much it has improved for non-geeks and provides the Ultimate Protection from malware and virus infections online. I provided links to the software I used to set up my laptop with a USB thumb drive with PCLinuxOS-Mate that I use while watching TV in the evening with my wife.

The catch was, every time I shut off the computer and start the next time, it forgets all my plugins, bookmarks, homepage and especially my LastPass connection so I don't need to remember all my passwords to logon with one click to any of the dozens of websites I regularly visit.

I know the solution will be obvious to some of you (or maybe even most), but it was one I had avoided forever (I don't know why) and it didn't even occur to me. That was to use Firefox Sync to get all those little details from an account I set up with my every day desktop computer.

It's still not perfect, but works well. When I fire up my laptop by booting off the thumb drive, the first thing is to connect to my Wi-Fi by clicking the network icon in the lower right of the desktop, which is pretty normal. Then I open Firefox and click the Menu icon (three horizontal lines) and select Preferences and visit the Sync tab where I Connect to my Firefox account. In a few seconds my browser is all set up and I can start using it.

Have fun!

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