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
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!
Fantastic , thank you.
Mint, LXLE and others does not work on old Thinkpads. Mine is a Thinkpad R50. Tried them "all". "Xubuntu 12.04 is the last of the family shipping with a non-PAE kernel. True, you can hack your way around, but from the official stand point, the vendor does not intend to support ancient processors beyond 2017." (ww.dedoimedo.com/computers/reviving-ten-year-old-laptop-linux.html) Most older distros are removed from downloads, no Xubuntu 12.04 anymore, also no torrent. Anyhow I succeded finding an Ubuntu 8.10 and it WORKS! Took hours to get there, upgrades are now pending.
I used to use Lubuntu on older hardware, then I discovered LXLE! Wow what a nice, complete and well integrated distro. I love it! I added a few tweaks and now my old (circa 2006) laptop runs as new. Thanks LXLE.
I love this distro. LXLE has been one of the classiest distros around for some time. Easy to use, light on resources, and beautiful. I have a monster of a self-built custom computer, and don't need a "lightweight" program of any kind, but I keep coming back to LXLE for my Linux based systems, because it's done right.