Raspberry PI 4 can now officially boot from USB – finally! That means you can use SSD or HDD drives instead of SD card. In today’s video I will show you how you can do that step by step and you don’t even have to attach a monitor to your Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi 4 Official USB SSD Boot (2020)
Or if you prefer to read check the full article – https://peyanski.com/official-raspberry-pi-4-usb-boot
SD cards can cause issues and are much slower than SSDs. Since I have a Raspberry Pi 4 my SD card got corrupted several times. So I had to remove it, format it, install OS again and restore all of my configurations that I had. Doing this can be really frustrating, so I waited for the official Raspberry Pi 4 USB boot as a kid for its birthday.
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Original article: Raspberry Pi 4 Official USB SSD Boot (2020)