Well I have used the software without any issues and it uses a Linux base O.S. with the Tor browser and will run Word and Excel which last time I checked is Windows compatible.
WHICH software are you talking of?
There is NO "software", only software AND hardware, bundled in a icloak stick, more properly, as said a portable, "live", Operating Systems pre-configured/pre-deployed on a USB stick.
You do own a icloak stick?
And a PRO version while at it?
In this specific case, "linux" is a tadbit too generic, is it Tails (modified) is it Ubuntu based, is it Debian modified?
According to their documentation:
What’s the difference between the Pro and Standard version of ICLOAK?
Both versions give you a private browsing experience, a secure operating system and a password management tool. The pro version, however, provides you with office software that is similar to Microsoft Office (like Abiword and GNU Calc). In addition, we also plan to include private messaging tools and a Bitcoin wallet in the next update. We have many additional feature ideas and are still working on exactly what will be included in each version of ICLOAK.
there is NO Microsoft Office in EITHER versions AND ONLY in the Pro version there are "alternatives", namely Abiword and GNU calc. Which, if this piece of info is accurate, are IMNSHO "meh" .
Not that the documentation is in any way accurate, or updated or both, BTW:
. ICLOAK is based on Ubuntu and runs only in RAM, just like Tails.
whilst Tails is Debian based:
Edited by jaclaz, Yesterday, 05:21 AM.