reminds me a bit of freespire. How does it compare to lunbuntu or lxde based systems?
It's main advantage seems to be common sense names for programs instead of g*******, k*******, and so forth depending on what desktop some distro installed.
I'm very impressed with this distro . I installed it next to Win 7 and Zorin today so I have 3 OS's to play with now. The thing that gets me about this one is not only how Blazing Fast it is but some how these folks took a 32 bit OS and got it to use more that 4 GB of ram . It really is impressive. Here's the link to the home page , click on take the tour and scroll down to the bottom and watch the video >> https://www.linuxliteos.com/ You might like it too...Digger
pae kernel and most of the newer distros use it . I don't think it's faster than any Puppy (I prefer Slaco myself) but I wouldn't install Puppy for my everyday os . I didn't like Ubuntu at all ,it was slow and glitchy. I have Zorin OS6 Ultimate installed and like it a lot but it's a real big distro. This Linux Lite is somewhere in between Puppy and Zorin. Not a lot of things I don't need but, everything I do(so far) is there and works just fine. It has my old Dell 530S speeding along quite nicely and it's pretty comfortable to use so I'm gonna keep it around awhile...Digger
But I've been Crankin' on this distro for a week no-stop , after all of my package installations and updates and removals of junk I installed and removed cause' I'm a newbie and I didn't need it , This Thing Just Rocks! I'm finding it akin to Lunbuntu only with some upgraded features that makes it JUMP. I'm gonna keep playing with this distro, I think you should take another look....Digger
But here it just worked. I have tried it on 3 laptops and all the WiFi worked but I happen to have a Toshiba s855d-s5120 that I can try it on next week.
On the Tosh I have it's either the F12 or Fn+F12 to turn on/off the WiFi but it's one of those areas that can get wonky just like in Linux/Windows/other OSes.
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