Commit 24fa87e1 authored by Dario's avatar Dario
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Quick summary for 05

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- Dario Camonita
- José Gatica
- Patrick Dunn
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**(past contributors):**
- Eloir Corona
- Adrian "Ghostar" Baldiviezo
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![ParrotOS Desktop](./images/parrot_desktop.png)
<h5 align="center">Parrot Security 4.11 MATE Edition</h5>
<h5 align="center">Parrot Security 4.11 with MATE Desktop</h5>
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You need a USB drive of at least 8 GB for Security Edition and 4 GB for Home Edition.
A quick summary of which tools you can use to create your Parrot USB:
### Parrot USB boot procedure using Balena Etcher ###
- [Balena Etcher](<../en/05.- How to create a Parrot USB drive.html#parrot-usb-boot-procedure-using-balena-etcher>)
- [DD command line tool](<../en/05.- How to create a Parrot USB drive.html#parrot-usb-boot-procedure-using-dd-command-line-tool>)
- [ROSA image writer](<../en/05.- How to create a Parrot USB drive.html#parrot-usb-boot-procedure-using-rosa-image-writer>)
## Parrot USB boot procedure using Balena Etcher ##
Plug your USB stick into your USB port and launch **Balena Etcher**. Download and unzip it.
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