I previously used NOOBs with a Pi 2 and a Pi 3. It was fine for the beginning. While booting I got the chance to select between different OS. like raspbian, openelec and others. After that selection the Pi 2 / 3 bootet fine and the 65 inch LG TV display was perfectly used - no action needed.
Now things seems to have changed completely - but without changing the documentation:
Yesterday I started to work with a Pi Zero 1.3 and I made the download of NOOBS 1.9.2 on my Laptop and extracet all files. Then I copied the whole directory to a new and formated 8 GB SD Card
Then I put that SD Card into the Pi Zero 1.3, connected hdmi, usb and finally power. The Zero booted but the display was ugly due to a very low resolution - on a 65 inch TV (quad HD). The Pi Zero NOOBs did NOT start like previously the Pi 2 and Pi 3 did regarding display resolution and also OS choice for selection.
After that I had only one single choice: raspbian
There was no openelec, no risc OS or ... just raspbian only
I thought I had chosen the wrong download or I had an extraction problem after I had realized that "\OS" folder contains only raspbian - nothing else
So I went back to the documentations like here https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/noobs/
I hoped to find a new description or background information but no word about removing of other OS and changing display resolution.
What has happened with noobs - or is it just a mistake?
Why didn't they change the documentation?
A new user would not understand all these changes without a single line of comment.
Where do I get an old one of NOOBS?
For what do I need NOOBS if I only get raspbian that I can install propably faster with no NOOBS roundabout?
Is that change the cause for my problems with the initial display resolution?
Where can I change that in NOOBs and Raspbian?
I still used the same big TV Screen that I used for my Pi 2 and my Pi 3 and that has worked from the beginning for my first steps.
Thx a lot