Raspberry Pi has been undoubtedly the way to go for inexpensive single-board computing. You can create Raspberry Pi projects for powering everything from robots to smart home devices.
When the Raspberry Pi 4 launched in 2019 the performance amazed the Raspberry Pi enthusiasts. A more powerful CPU USB 3.0 support native Gigabit Ethernet plus the ability to output 4K video at 60 Hz on dual monitors are the major improvements. The intent was to pitch Raspberry Pi as an entry-level desktop computer. .
More recently the Raspberry Pi 4 offers an 8 GB RAM model which is better not only as a desktop but also for hosting databases and servers.
There are many operating systems that can be installed on a Raspberry Pi. Apart from the official Raspberry Pi OS previously known as Raspbian we have covered installation of Ubuntu MATE on Raspberry Pi. And in this tutorial I will cover a step by step Arch Linux installation.