To enable SSH create a file called ssh in the /boot directory of your SD card.
Identify the drive letter associated with your SD card.
Open a command prompt (press Win+R on your keyboard to open the Run window. Then, type cmd)
Enter the following at the command prompt (replacing DriveLetter with the letter you identified in step 1):
Verify that your SD card contains a file called ssh.
Enter the following at the command prompt (again replacing DriveLetter with the letter you identified in step 1)
You should see an ssh file in the directory listing.
To avoid the security warning mentioned above (re: SSH enabled with the default password) change the default password for the Pi user. This can be done either from the command line with the
passwd, the raspi-config script, or settings menu in the Pixel desktop.