Released in June 2017, Raspbian Stretch has had several incremental updates since, with standard updates such as improved Bluetooth and account security being enhanced with a first-boot setup wizard, and a new app store.
Raspbian itself comes with a bunch of bundled tools, from the Chromium browser (although this won’t work on the Raspberry Pi 1) to a number of useful programming-based applications and utilities. There’s also Claws Mail, the LibreOffice suite, and not to mention Minecraft PE!
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To update Raspbian, you need to open the Terminal. Do this via the desktop menu, or by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T. You can also do this by connecting to your Raspberry Pi from another computer via SSH.
Begin by updating the repository package list:
sudo apt update
When this is done, run the upgrade command:
sudo apt dist-upgrade
Follow any prompts, and wait for the Pi to be upgraded. When you’re done, type:
sudo apt clean
This will discard any unneeded files that have been downloaded as part of the upgrade. Finish by restarting:
When your Raspberry Pi has restarted, you’ll be using the latest version of Raspbian. Well done!