Been searching high and low but cant seem to find answers to my questions. Bear a complete newbie.
First I was looking into containers and such. The problem, if I've understood, is that data is sstill stored in temp- and swap-files. I want to be able to execute applications to, for exaple, edit Open Office textfiles, store sensetive links, pictures, hide web history and streamapplications.
The first action is ofcoure VPN, fire wall, anti-virus and anti-malware. No problems there.
Ofcoure I could encrypt my system drive (win 10). The issue though, is that I need to be able to quit the OS really fast incase of sudden search warrant and such. I'm on a laptop, so to just unplug it would be useless. And since I want to execute and run appliications I cant have temps and swaps.
Therefor, I'm wondering if it'd be possible to install and run OS on a USB drive? First thought is to run Ubuntu on the USB and encrypt it with the built-in tool. If needed i could get an external hard drive (still USB-connected though) Could it be done? Any risks?
My other thought was to dualboot win 10 and ubuntu, but then I'd still have the same problem I suppose.
Sorry if I'n unclear, very confused.