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How to Setup the Raspberry Pi

This guide will take you through everything you need to know for setting up the Raspberry Pi for first use. If you’re starting out or just looking for some guidance, then you will find this tutorial very handy. I highly recommend checking it out if you’re completely new to the Pi.

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Raspberry Pi Boot from USB

In this tutorial, we take a look at how to set up booting from a USB drive with the Raspberry Pi. There are many reasons why you may want to do this, such as wanting more storage at a lower price. Great if you want to run a NAS or retro game emulator.

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The Raspberry Pi 3 A+

The Raspberry Pi 3 A+ is a slimmed down version of the Pi 3B Plus and the latest in the Model A class of the Raspberry Pi single-board computers. This Pi is similar to the Raspberry Pi 3 B Plus but has had a few of its extra features removed. It still packs the same […]

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How to Shutdown a Raspberry Pi Correctly

In this guide, I will take you through all the steps on how to shutdown a Raspberry Pi correctly. As you may have already noticed, there is no button to switch the Raspberry Pi on or off. Your first instinct is probably to pull the power cord, but this is highly not recommended. There are […]

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How to take Screenshots on the Raspberry Pi

In this Raspberry Pi screenshots guide, we take you through the steps on how to take screenshots on the Raspberry Pi. It’s pretty straightforward but keep in mind this process may vary depending on the operating system you’re using. This guide assumes you’re using the Raspbian operating system. There are many reasons why you might […]

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How to Easily Update Raspbian

Updating Raspbian packages is a relatively straightforward task, and something you will find yourself doing quite regularly. There are just a few commands that you will need to learn. Upgrading the OS itself is slightly harder, but we have some helpful guides that will make it easy.

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Why these Getting Started Guides

If you’re looking at getting started with the Raspberry Pi, then you’re in the right place. This page is the home of all our beginner guides that will get you set up and ready to master the Pi.

The tutorials on this page will take you through things such as installing the default Pi operating system (Raspbian), equipment you will need, the difference between Raspberry Pi boards and much more.

You will also find guides on Pi related topics such as Linux commands, Python and so on. This page will continually be updated with more and more info so be sure to check back in the future.

These tutorials are simple, so if you’re already comfortable with all the basics, then you should check out some our more in-depth Pi projects or guides.

If you’re new to microcomputers, then you might find that getting started with the Raspberry Pi a little overwhelming. There is a lot to learn from just installing the operating system right through to completing coding projects, electronics and much more.

All the tutorials you will find in here are all designed for someone who hasn’t yet or only just bought a Raspberry Pi. This includes tutorials such as getting all the correct equipment that you may need, installing NOOBS (New out of the Box Software), differences between Raspberry Pi boards and much more.

If you’re ready to be into something more advanced, then be sure to check out our Raspberry Pi projects we have an ever-growing list of fantastic tutorials. These will show you how to make some pretty cool stuff such as a network attached storage or even a webcam server.

If you’re just starting out and need something like Raspberry Pi beginner projects, then head over to that page. There are plenty of tutorials that are great if you’re just getting started with the Raspberry Pi. These include tutorials such as Minecraft server, web server and much more.

If you have already bought a Pi but looking for a case, then be sure to check out some of the five coolest Raspberry Pi cases you will find around.

If you are after other Raspberry Pi accessories, then be sure to check out our ever-growing list of cool Pi stuff. You will find accessories such as the Kano kit, add-on boards and much more to come.

Don’t forget to follow us on any major social network, so you stay up to date on all the latest and most excellent guides, projects and much more.

I hope these tutorials on getting started with Raspberry Pi help you learn all the basics. Also be sure to check back in the future as we will be adding plenty more fantastic tutorials.