Peppermint OS a “Best Lightweight” Desktop

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  1. Alexander

    I have tried. many. It sure is, as of now, an overall leader – to me. everything works, anything is doable. I use it everywhere possible (sometimes need Windows GIH Windows10).
    Just now I thought I’d try PClos for the latest Wireshark package. nope, wireless is crippled, to much for me to fix it, and I know that PClos maintainers would not hesitate to ruin my fixing with next update, been there. Returning to Peppermint – built driver in live, works perfect.

  2. jon

    es muy buena esta version

  3. Le

    Similar experience. With my old Dell Vostro 1000 (2007 manufacture date), I tried to install something that would work right out of the box, with no tweaking. I landed here with Peppermint OS, which I knew nothing about. I had tried several “lightweight” distros for this 32-bit hardware system. They all had at least one weakness, either during the installation or afterwards. Except for Peppermint. What I see so far, I really like. No shortcuts were taken, and it reflects a design with the user in mind, who might not want to spend a lot of time trying to make it work.

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