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  • Gozzin

    I've never used any of those,but it's nice to see they are still around.

    • archmagician

      I tired Bodhi a while back because I'd read about the Enlightenment desktop and wanted to give it a try. I don't think I kept it for long. I always seemed to fall back to MInt.

  • ttubravesrock

    So I basically gave my wife my laptop until she finishes her thesis because it has the same Microsoft Office setup as her desktop and with Thesis stuff, consistency is important. Her uncle had an old Dell Latitude work laptop with Windows 7 running on it. It ran really slowly, so I decided to try Linux again. I had last used Linux around 2009 or whenever the Asus eeePC first came out.

    I went with Lubuntu, and I've been really happy with it. I have a few games on Steam that I play. I surf the internet. That's about it, but it works great for those two options. I can have several tabs open without bogging the machine down.

  • NinjaKlaus

    On my Core Duo the Linux Lite distro worked wonders until the drive fried and you can't buy PATA anymore. Why Dell sold computers with PATA instead of SATA during the Core Duo age I don't know but whatever...

    I have also used Puppy, it's a hard learning core I didn't want to take... turns out today they make a Puppy Tahr version that is based on Ubuntu so those with Ubuntu/Debian experience should be ok on it, it runs in RAM which is pretty cool.

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