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NimbleX is the one that I installed in my wife's 1GB Kingston USB Flash Drive. She has proven it to be very handy when there was a time that she needs to finished some work at home and we don't have Windows. I don't have Open Office in my box either since I use it mainly for admin related stuff. It was a relief that there was an Open Office module that can be easily installed in NimbleX. Nice work by Bogdan Radulescu and the Slax team.
Mepis 7 is simply incredible and unbeatable feauture-wise. It is still the best at hardware detection and ease of use and install. It wow'd me. I knew it was great and this was the OS that really led to my conversion into the open source world. Two years of distro-hopping later I return to find it still excellent in meeting my PC needs and then some.
This is a truly robust OS in every sense of the word. And trus me, i have used many from Mint to Pclinuxos, Ubuntu, Arch, Desktopbsd, IndianPre, Sabayon, Vectorlinux, and many more.
This distro is incredible even as a livecd than most.