Ars Technicacomputers are a growing trend among computer enthusiasts.
Many people are looking for an easy way to install Linux on their Raspberry Pi, and the Raspberry Foundation is the best place to find such a solution.
However, installing Linux on a computer can be quite a hassle, and even if it’s done properly, installing it requires a lot of time.
You may want to take a look at our guide on how to install and configure Windows on a PC.
Here, we’ll walk you through how to set up a Linux distribution on a Pi using the RaspberryPi Foundation software, and then get you up and running with Windows 10.