The Raspberry Pi is the ultimate tinkerer’s toy. Most of its users love to experiment and break working installations in the process. However, despite how much fun it is, everyone loves to have a working baseline configuration that that they can return to after the experiment is over.
Another common scenario is let’s say, you just got to know about a cool new Raspberry Pi-based project or Linux distro, and you are dying to try it out. Problem is, you only have one micro SD card, and already have a working installation on it that you do not want to lose.
In both the above scenarios, it is helpful to have… Read the rest
Working hard on your Raspberry Pi but need to access your Windows computer? But wait, it’s at the other end of your house, or even upstairs…
It isn’t convenient to stop and switch to the main PC. Wouldn’t it be great if you could access your PC while staying where you are? Well, you can! Just remote connect to your Windows PC from your Raspberry Pi instead.
Note: If instead you’re looking to remotely control your Raspberry Pi from a PC, you should check our guide to SSH, VNC, and RDP with Raspberry Pi.)
How to Remote Connect From Raspbian to Windows
Perhaps you need to check an email, or some other application… Read the rest