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The right way to write with Pi

Scripto is like a miniature laptop that offers a distraction free way to type on the gorecipeRaspberry Pi Zero (with enclosure) Biodegradable Arboblend chassis LCD touchscreen Sunpartner transparent solar panel Swappable side panels Wi-Fi antenna 4 x AA batteries SD card reader ...

Master the new Pixel Desktop

We explore the new Pixel desktop bundled with the latest version of Raspbian, and show you how to update your existing installation Christmas has come early to the Pi this year with Pixel (Pi Improved Xwindows Environment, Lightweight). If you think of the former desktop environment LXDE as a ...

Using networks on the Pi

Getting hooked up to a local network and the wider internet is easier than you might think, as long as you have all the right bits... Everyone (and, it seems, everything) is online these days, and that means that if you want your Raspberry Pi to do anything “interesting” – even if that’s just ...

Install Raspbian with Linux

If you're running any flavor of Linux on your computer, then you have an even easier life when it comes to getting Raspbian on to your Pi Linux users can get Raspbian set up from the comfort of their operating system, too. Much the same as on Windows and Mac, the first steps are to download the ...

Install NOOBS with any OS

Possibly the easiest way to get a new OS up and running on your Pi can be achieved using any operating system ­ as long as you know how! NOOBS (New Out Of the Box Software) makes it easy to install Raspbian (or other OSes) on your Raspberry Pi. You an buy an SD card with NOOBS on it from many ...

How to install Raspbian

Before you can do anything on your Raspberry Pi, you need some software for it to run. With a micro SD card in hand, we guide you through the process Before the Raspberry Pi can do anything (apart from sitting there looking cute) it needs an operating system (OS). The most popular OS for the Pi is ...

Get started with a Raspberry Pi

Before you can actually do anything with your Raspberry Pi, you’re going to need to hook up all the right peripherals. Here’s how... ON THE CASE We admit, it can be unnerving having a naked Raspberry Pi sitting on your desktop, and it's certainly the case that it could short on random wires, screws ...