How do I install an internet browser on an encrypted virtual drive?

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TrueCrypt
I created a EVD using Truecrypt.  I opted not to encypt the entire harddrive, as I am a neophyte using this kind of software.
I am assuming that in order for my internet browsing to be protected by the encrypted drive, that the browser has to be installed on the encrypted drive.  If that is correct, can someone please explain to me how I go about doing that!
Many thanks in advance for your help.
Bob


Software/Hardware used:
Truecrypt
ASKED: November 12, 2012  5:50 PM
UPDATED: November 12, 2012  6:44 PM

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Harddrive encryption just prevents anyone who grabs your hard drive from being able to read the files.  It doesn’t do anything as far as protecting your web browser when you are using it normally.

Just install it as normal and more on.

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  • TomLiotta
    Can you explain why you think this would 'protect' your internet browsing? Is there a source link that you can provide to us? Maybe that would clarify for us what you need to do. -- Tom
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