There are many linux distributions that aim at providing a streamlined user experience alongside being an overall light package for the users.
Bodhi Linux is one such linux distribution. So, lets check out the distributions… ?
Bodhi Linux is an elegant and lightweight Ubuntu-based distribution featuring Moksha, an Enlightenment-17-based desktop environment. The project takes a decidedly minimalist approach by offering modularity, high levels of customisation, and choice of themes. In addition to basic 32- and 64-bit systems, Bodhi maintains designated ISO images for Chromebooks and legacy machines. By default Bodhi has only five pre-installed applications: Midori, Terminology, PCManFM, ePhoto, and ePad. Additional software is available via AppCenter, a web-based software installation tool.
Bodhi Linux is ranked at 54 with 200 hits per day ( as on 2.2.2019 ) on Distrowatch.com.
Bodhi Linux at stock is not very customizable but using tweaks and other gits you can make it your own.?
My Review ?
In my testing Bodhi Linux turned out to be a quite snappy distribution and the DE was quite non-intrusive that allowed multitasking.It ran most of the high-end applications like LibreOffice, PyCharm, Steam all at same time. Web – apps can always be made to look like applets using ICE which is yet another charm. All in all, Bodhi Linux is one of the best Linux Distribution for low-end systems. But is lacks some of the modern functionality at stock. Its worth a check… ?
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