Change is good but changing everything isn't always great. Same is true for aging computers and their operating systems. Support is sometimes lost too quickly with a 6 month core release cycle. Graphics & Audio cards and chipsets get dropped along with other miscellaneous functions with programs or drivers that just go missing. We all like having updated software we certainly don't like down time or loss of features and capabilities.
I believe most aging hardware just needs the right system on it, and lets face it, it helps keep a couple bucks in your pocket if you can squeeze a few more years out of your current system; without sacrificing, performance, capability, usability and of course aesthetics.
- Added Repositories
- Added and Updated Programs
- Modern Theme and Aesthetics
comes with some nmice look but too many "console" features, and dont work in olders hardware, so nonsense to use it! due modern hardware work with all other linuxes! so much console programs.. for a hacker its good but hackers dont need "eye candy stupids thins"
I reviewed the Beta on You Tube and am flabbergasted, never has my flabber been so. A brilliant OS, it may come with a bundle of Software, but it does not feel heavy. It runs very quickly a must have OS for those wanting an OS to get on with everyday computer related tasks, outstanding
Excellent operating system for my needs. Installed on a ssd in a Compaq Core2 Quad 2.66GHz and viewed on a 40inch lcd. Handles Wine and vm's quite well. Will not install on some later Windows machines due to secure boot.
Best distro to bring new life to an old HP mini Netbook! All driver worked upon install. That was a first for some of the Netbook distros out there. Very satisfied with what I see with your hard work on this project. I now have a "new" fast mini with a new modern OS. I would highly recommend folks to take a test drive of this flavor. You will not be disappointed with what you find!
The best distro ever. I've tried quite a few and hopped all around for a while, but LXLE can and does eat other distros' lunch. And breakfast and dinner too... maybe even Fourthmeal (Sorry, had Taco Bell for dinner....) too! Just recently went back to LXLE. I forgot how easy (damned easy) this distro makes my daily computing activities!