This video shown you step-by-step how to install Solus OS on your personal computer. As we know, Solus Operating System is an free and open source linux distribution built from scratch featuring budgie desktop environment.
You can download the Solus OS ISO image from official Solus OS download page, it only available for 64-bit systems, and is now available for EFI machines. After downloading the ISO image on your computer, you must write it on a USB flash drive or burn it onto a DVD disc using any CD/DVD burning application, such as ImgBurn or PowerISO on Windows, and Brasero, K3b or Xfburn on Linux.
After you’ve successfully written the Solus OS ISO image on a USB stick or a DVD disc, you must insert it into either a USB port or the DVD-ROM unit of your computer. Then, reboot the computer and the the F key that allows you to boot from DVD or USB (e.g. F8, F11, or F12 – depending on your BIOS. Choose the DVD or USB device on which you put Solus OS to boot it. then following the video above to install Solus OS.