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Old 07-24-2015, 11:58 AM   #16
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How is the MX version different than the regular version?
As I said, it takes up more resources because it come with a different GUI. AntiX MX has the Xfce desktop; that's light compared to things like Gnome and KDE, but it's not specifically designed to be light: the developers are just hostile to eye-candy and bloat. The original AntiX uses the Ice window manager, and so needs less than 60 MB before you start programs.
 
Old 07-25-2015, 04:10 PM   #17
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Hello i got a older laptop that has pentium 2 300 mhz and has 256 megs of ram and also that has a 6gb hard drive. I'm trying to look for a linux distro that would run good on it and i would like to run something that is kinda command line base. the laptop i'm running is a gateway solo 9100 thanks for reading this and helping me
I have a P III 550MHz: good for messing/trying around. BUT: if you need a positive experience, buy a second hand PC (P4 or higher).. with 30 you can have a hardware for daily use (Windows XP type PC).
 
  


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