Surely, many have heard about the miniature single-board computer Raspberry Pi. It operates under the control of the PIXEL system, but it is possible to install other OSs. Interestingly, the aforementioned shell is now launched on the x86 platform (Mac and PC). The requirements for PC technical data are minimal – computers with 512 MB of RAM are enough to work. The novelty pleases with an office suite and a simple interface. Thanks to PIXEL OS, users of outdated machines can use modern programs that work without freezes, delays or other inconveniences. For example, the Chromium web browser with the pre-installed Adobe Flash plugin and the like. The system starts quickly from a DVD or USB drive without any pre-installation on a PC. The boot image size is 1.3 GB. PIXEL OS is based on the popular Debian Linux distribution (Debian 8.0 \Those who like to test new builds will like this; everyone else who likes to work with a finished finished product should wait for the official release. The developer of the Raspberry Pi Foundation believes that the new project can be positively met in educational institutions where they study programming and various applications. The advantage of PIXEL OS is that students can continue to work or assignment at home on another computer, taking with them a flash keychain from school.