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I'm using 32-bit Mint on my old laptop and it feels like it's given it new life. I was using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and wasn't able to upgrade to the latest version and I didn't like the direction of the window manager.
The Mint window manager is very familiar and easy to use.
Everything I needed was pre-installed (Firefox, LibreOffice, Thunderbird, etc.).
I previously had issues with the wifi driver on my laptop but Mint was able to detect it and enable it with one click in the driver manager.