How To & Tutorials - Initial Raspbian Setup

Initial Raspbian Setup on Raspberry Pi 4: A Step-by-Step Guide

The initial Raspbian setup is the crucial first step to start using your Raspberry Pi 4. In this guide, we’ll explore the initial setup process in detail, covering key elements such as language, keyboard, and password. Following these steps will allow you to prepare your board for a variety of projects and uses.

Installing Raspberry Pi OS on Windows, MacOS, Linux

How to Use Raspberry Pi OS on Your System (Windows, MacOS, or Linux)

The possibility of having a version of Raspberry Pi OS (Raspbian) on your system, the operating system designed to work with the famous Raspberry Pi board, lies in having a Virtual Machine such as Oracle VM Virtual Box. This application, once installed on your system (Windonws, MacOS or Linux) allows you to have different operating systems contained in this Virtual Machine, including Raspberry Pi OS.

Raspberry Pi 4 Operating Systems

Raspberry Pi Operating Systems: Choose from a large selection of options

The Raspberry Pi, a powerful and versatile miniature computer, has conquered the world of technology enthusiasts and hobbyists. One of the keys to the success of this little device is its compatibility with a wide range of operating systems, each of which offers a unique experience. In this article, we’ll explore some of the main operating system options available for the Raspberry Pi and the practical applications of each.

Raspberry Pi 4 Multipurpose servers

Take advantage of the versatility of Raspberry Pi by transforming it into a multipurpose server

The Raspberry Pi, with its compact design and surprisingly robust performance, has earned itself a prominent place in the tech enthusiast and hobbyist community. One of the most interesting applications of this mini-computer is its use as a server in various contexts. In this article, we will explore the many possibilities offered by the Raspberry Pi as a server and analyze the reasons behind its growing popularity in this role.

Raspberry Pi 3 - Fan and heatsinks to prevent the overheating

 Raspberry Pi 4 – Fan and heatsinks to prevent the overheating

In recent times there has been little talk of whether or not it is necessary to mount heatsinks on the latest Raspberry version, the Pi 4. This board, by mounting a higher performance processor, should produce more heat. If for the Raspberry Pi 3 the addition of a fan might have seemed like an option only for enthusiasts, it would seem that for the Raspberry Pi 4 the choice to integrate a heat dissipation system is quite mandatory. The options are varied, as are the prices (however very low) which range from simple heatsinks to be glued directly onto the chips, up to real fan systems and heatsink panels to be completely integrated onto the board.