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Latest RPi 4 OS, Bullseye, is now available

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ssfc72:
I seen on YouTube videos that the latest RPi OS, named Bullseye is now available.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNcX6W_bAYM

In the video the guy talks about the CPU can now run at 1.8 GHz (I believe the Pi4 normally runs at 1.5 GHz).

Here is a good article about overclocking the RPi 4
https://all3dp.com/2/overclock-raspberry-pi-4-tutorial/

fox:
Have you tried it? (New version and overclocking.)

ssfc72:
I haven't tried it yet. I just saw this video yesterday, so I hope to try it out shortly.

Jason:
Engaging video, Bill. Thanks for sharing. The Bookshelf feature with the free computer magazines that have been expanded is pretty neat. I don't remember seeing this on the Pi 3. Was this a feature added to the OS with the Pi 4? Overall it looks very smooth and better polished. Now that I think of it, maybe I should have installed the Raspberry Pi OS on her PC instead of Ubuntu. It's more simplistic which is perfect for her.

The presenter in the video has hella' jumpy fingers. I kept wanting to grab his mouse and just hold it still for a minute. :D

fox:
I'm sorry I installed the 64 bit beta version instead of the 32 stable. Apparently there is little or no speed advantage with the 64 bit, and videos work better on the 32. I might just reinstall.

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