Short for “Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi”, SARPi is a community product of Slackware Linux enthusiasts. Considered widely as one of the best OS choice for Raspberry Pi, this can be installed on an 8 GB SD card. Although the ARM version doesn’t support all the apps, but most applications (including essential ones) have been ported for the ARM architecture.
Slackware is easy to use even if you’re unfamiliar with how Linux works, which is why SARPi is a good choice for Raspberry Pi novices. The website offers a step-by-step rundown of the setup process if this is your first time setting SARPi up on a mini-computer.