I got my first Raspberry Pi in 2012 shortly after they were released and bought some Arduinos when the local Radio Shack was having a blow out sale on them. With this blog I will share some of my plans, tutorials and observations, as well as some interesting, things that I have learned and experimented with these great little boards.
Saturday, December 5, 2015
Raspberry Pi Zero - Screenshots - Sunday Dec. 6th Update!
Here are the screenshots that I promised in my first post about the Pi Zero.
First off, we have a "Jessie" screenshot of the Pi 2 B,
you can see that it is running at 900mHz and that it has almost 1gb of RAM.
Secondly, we have the same SD image of "Jessie" in the Zero and
it shows it running at 1gHz with 512mbs of RAM.
Here is the next shot of the default web browser with a DuckDuckGo search page, GIMP in the lower right-hand corner and the Task Manager; showing about 1/3 of the RAM being used with very little CPU time.
Finally we have the MagPi website up, Libre Office Writer and the Task Manager shows the about the same amount of RAM being used as before, but due to the activity of the web page the CPU is maxed out, which isn't surprising.
I will add to this same page with additional screenshots Sunday afternoon. They will include the menus off of the "Menu" button.
Please stay tuned!
Sunday Dec. 6th. Update! The Following screenshots, are of the the items in the MENU bar, but I was not able to take direct screenshots of it. These are the same items just in their 'file explorer' under 'Applications' view, instead.