How to Install 64-bit Raspberry Pi OS on the Raspberry Pi 4 and other Compatible Devices

By default, your Raspberry Pi will run some version of the Raspberry Pi OS, but using the 32-bit version. If you have a Raspberry Pi 4, the product specification clearly states that you have a 64-bit processor. At the time of this writing, the 64-bit version is still in development. But if you want to give it a…

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