8). You’ll receive a Confirm window; click Yes to begin the
installation. A window will appear with a progress bar at
the bottom (Figure 9).
This installation takes a while too (it took me a bit less
than half an hour), but you are almost done!
Once the installation has completed, you’ll see an
“OS(es) installed” window letting you know that the install
was successful. Click OK, and the Pi will reboot. The
monitor will go dark, followed by scrolling text. When the
Pi has completely booted, the screen should resemble a
familiar graphical desktop setting. From here, the final step
is to configure your Pi settings.
Click on the Raspberry Pi button in the upper left
corner; this opens the desktop menu bar. Find Preferences
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FIGURE 8. Installing the Raspbian operating system.
FIGURE 9. Raspbian Installation window.
FIGURE 10. The Raspberry Pi task bar. FIGURE 11. Raspberry Pi Configuration window.