- extract the IMG file from the downloaded ZIP file;
- write the IMG file to the Raspberry SD card with Win32DiskImager (Windows) or dd (Linux, OS X) - SDHC class 10 recommended. Make use of a (micro-)SD to USB key adapter;
- plug the (micro-)SD card into the R-Pi and reboot the R-Pi.
Please note that it is not rare that the latest build of Windows 10 (Creators Update) gives permission/write errors when dealing with USB keys.
Don't worry, it's just Windows: retry until success.
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All donors’ installations feature:
* you can deploy RS how many times you need and on how many devices you wish;
* Wi-Fi enabled for all Raspbian-supported Wi-Fi adapters and the built-in Raspberry 3/Zero W device (see FAQ page for more how-to information);
* SSH remote management enabled;
* unlimited media slideshow (limited to three for the SourceForge build);
* alphanumeric-ordered playback;
* automatic photos rotation basing on EXIF informations;
* server-content based slideshow (serverlist.txt) enabled;
* media retrieval from network shares (Windows shares/Samba) feature enabled;
* refresh feature enabled.