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Raspberry Pi software updates - what's new

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It has been pretty quiet on the Raspberry Pi operating system since the rash of updates around Christmas/New Year.

Not that there hasn't been plenty of other interesting things going on, of course, but the basic operating systems themselves had been stable. Not so any more, suddenly there is a rash of new releases, so it's time to take a fresh look at my favourite little computer!

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