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NOOBS (New Out Of Box Software) - An easy Operating System install manager for the Raspberry Pi - Releases raspberrypi/noobs. Download the NOOBS archive file from Select the 'Offline and Network' option. Select the 'Offline and Network' option. Extract the the zip file and make a note of where the extracted folder is on your file system. Raspberry Pi OS (previously called Raspbian) is our official operating system for all models of the Raspberry Pi. Use Raspberry Pi Imager for an easy way to install Raspberry Pi OS and other operating systems to an SD card ready to use with your Raspberry Pi: Version: 1.4. Install Raspberry Pi Imager to Raspberry Pi OS by running. Raspberry Pi Imager is the quick and easy way to install Raspberry Pi OS and other operating systems to a microSD card, ready to use with your Raspberry Pi. Watch our 45-second video to learn how to install an operating system using Raspberry Pi Imager. Download and install Raspberry Pi Imager to a computer with an SD card reader. NOOBS does not 'download Raspbian' it is included in NOOBS, so your NOOBS download is probably corrupted. NOOBS is not used by the experienced people on this site. 8GB is barely adequate for Raspbian; NOOBS wastes over 1GB of.

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Could an [obvious] comment at least be added to the download page, stating something like:

We are no longer recommending the NOOBS installer. If you require multiboot, then you are SOOL^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H consider using one of these other projects:

{links to Berryboot and PINN sites}

Yes, there is a little blurb about NOOBS buried in the middle of the 'getting started' page, but if many(/most?) people bypass that page (e.g. via a web search), it is of limited use.

It is very irritating to waste time going around and around in circles, trying to find the download link for software that is documented [all over the place] to be there. Then waste more time trying to figure out how to do multiboot in the new imager, before finally coming across a search result that mentions NOOBS is deprecated and the new 'replacement' doesn't handle multiboot. Please, please don't be like the megacorps which routinely discontinue/remove items and treat their users like dirt, expecting people to just fall in line with their latest corporate agenda product.

If you’re a beginner with a Raspberry Pi, things just got a whole lot easier.

We started this project with the premise that throwing people in at the deep end and making them jump hurdles, to mix my sporting metaphors, is a good way to get them to learn stuff. It is: but it can also put some people off, sometimes terminally. And we don’t want people to put their Raspberry Pi down in horror after five minutes. So with this in mind, we’d like to introduce you to NOOBS.

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NOOBS is a way to make setting up a Raspberry Pi for the first time much, much easier. You won’t need network access, and you won’t need to download any special imaging software. Just head to the downloads page, grab a copy of the NOOBS zip file, and unpack it onto a freshly formatted 4GB (or larger) SD card. When you boot up for the first time, you’ll see a menu prompting you to install one of several operating systems into the free space on the card. The choice means you can boot the Pi with a regular operating system like Raspbian, or with a media-centre specific OS like RaspBMC.

Once you’ve installed an operating system, your Pi will boot as normal. However, NOOBS stays resident on your card, so by holding shift down during boot you can return to the recovery interface. This allows you to switch to a different operating system, or overwrite a corrupted card with a fresh install of the current one; it also provides a handy tool to let you edit the config.txt configuration file for the currently installed operating system, and even a web browser so you can visit the forums or Google for pointers if you get stuck.

Editing config.txt.

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Thanks to Rob, Gordon, Dom and Floris (of BerryBoot fame), who together developed NOOBS from scratch in less than a month. Also, thanks to our army of volunteer translators for the localisation; and to the operating system maintainers, most notably Alex, for producing updated images in time for integration into the final zip file.

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Our partners will be offering SD cards pre-installed with NOOBS in the near future, but until then please download, have a play, and let us know what you think.

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Update, June 4: Carrie Anne Philbin from Geek Gurl Diaries has recorded a tutorial video showing you how to set up your own installation of NOOBS. Thanks Carrie Anne!