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A tiling Wayland compositor and a drop-in replacement for the i3 window manager for X11.
Once you have downloaded an image, verify it for security and integrity. To verify your image, start by downloading the proper CHECKSUM file into the same directory as the image you downloaded and follow these instructions.
Spin downloads are offered via direct download, but you can also get them via Bittorrent. In this case you will need to install a Bittorrent client in order to download a spin. If you cannot use Bittorrent, some spins offer alternative download methods.
Spins are provided as ISO files. You may use the ISO file to create a new virtual machine, or you can burn the ISO in a special way to a USB stick or optical media to run the spin on hardware.
To install a spin, you run the spin on your computer and click the "Install to Hard Drive" link on the desktop. You'll be guided through the install process via a series of prompts.