About Raspberry Pi OS

Raspberry Pi OS is an operating system designed to help professionals access pre-compiled software bundles on Raspberry Pi hardware. The platform supports deployments on several devices including laptops and desktops.

Individuals can utilize the Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) to apply updates to Raspberry Pi OS. The system includes multiple applications such as media players, cameras and more to optimize performance and productivity. Additionally, the Raspberry Pi Imager enables professionals to install the operating system on a microSD card for use with Raspberry Pi hardware.

Raspberry Pi OS is available for free and support is extended via documentation, forums, FAQs and other online measures.


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August 2021

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Nabin from Curl Labs

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Industry: Computer Software

Time Used: More than 2 years

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5.0

Value for money

5.0

Functionality

5.0

August 2021

Debian based official OS for Raspberry Pi computers

Raspberry PI OS has made it possible to develop low-cost computers and IoT devices.

Pros

With Raspberry Pi OS it is possible to develop extremely light and affordable computers and IoT devices. It is best suited for developers and hobbyists. It is a dedicated OS for ARM processors and supports hardware rendering. It is free and supported by the Raspberry Pi foundation with a wide range of official boards to meet any kind of commercial project needs.

Cons

Still immature for enterprise-level implementation. Cannot be used for heavy computing. A hardware upgrade is not possible.

Reasons for Choosing Raspberry Pi OS

We choose Raspberry Pi over these alternatives for its less size and better hardware support.

Reasons for Switching to Raspberry Pi OS

We made a switch to Raspberry PI OS because it is Debian-based. Also, RaspberryPI produces varieties of hardware that support this OS without any trouble.