Distro Watch has a lot of distros on the page.
There are some distros on there that are meant to be used on systems with little resources.
If you're a newbie when it comes to Linux, you might want to check out VectorLinux or Slackware Linux , both work really well on systems with low resources.
I can obviously tell that your English is not that good, so please bear with us that speak it as a Native language, we tend to get a little impatient with those that aren't as fluent.
But I do agree, try to break up the run-on sentences, it does make it easier for us to read (take if from an English Teacher).
As a side note, generally people on the forum don't respond well to "put a link up", it's better to rephrase what you need into the form of a question, or just more polite. Not a command. So, "Could you please put a link up for ..." would get more responses than "Put a link up"... Just a word of advice.