Alternative OS For Older Computers Part One of Three

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
bodhi-smallbBodhi 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

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About Mel

Retired PC Consultant, Education Certificate Novel Networking installation and configuration. PC Repair Configuration and Networking. Commercial Pilot, Avid RVer. Enjoy Traveling with my Wife in our Travel Trailer. South in the winter Az, Texas, and summers in Utah
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