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You made a statement and didn't ask a question, but anyway... There is a third party tool called torbrowser-Launcher that is incorporated into many Linux distributions. This will automatically download the latest version of Tor Browser direction from the Tor website, it will check GPG keys to make sure they are correct, and it will even make icons for your ...


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I don't know who the person is that wrote that, but the official documentation searches the keyserver to get it. See here: https://support.torproject.org/tbb/how-to-verify-signature/ On Linux you can run the GPG command through torsocks for a greater level of anonymity.


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Try using a bridge. There is a chance that your internet service provider is blocking you. This is often the case at workplaces and universities. It really shouldn't take more than 30-60 seconds.


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If you go to the Tor project download page you will see that there is a link labelled "Download in another language or platform". Click the link, and from the list, choose the 32-bit version you want (Windows) in the language of your choice.


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I have a 32bit machine that the regular download seems to work fine on. I am not sure that it is architecture specific. Have you tried it to see if it works?


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