I was Looking for a Alternative Operating System for Older Computers and Hardware. Many Of the Newer Versions (Distro’s) Of Linux on the Older Computers Are Painfully Slow if they would even Run at all. I find so Many Full of Bloatware and 3d Graphics and Programs that require a Powerful CPU and Lots of Ram to get Decent Performance. What Follows is the First Linux Distro of the three that I found that worked and worked well on a Old Dell Laptop.
Bodhi Linux is an Ubuntu-based distribution for the desktop featuring the elegant and lightweight Enlightenment window manager. The project, which integrates and pre-configures the very latest builds of Enlightenment directly from the project’s development repository, offers modularity, high level of customisation, and choice of themes. The default Bodhi system is light — the only pre-installed applications are Midori, LXTerminal, PCManFM, Leafpad and Synaptic — but more software is available via Bodhi Software Center, a web-based software installation tool.
Continued in Part Two