Then maybe I should have formulated my question differently for you?turtlebay777 wrote: ↑Thu May 30, 2019 4:15 pmIt's a common misconception amongst Windows users that it is necessary to perform certain tasks before you can start using any Linux distro. That's a hangover from their experiences of installing Windows where installing security software and getting hardware drivers first is needed.
In most cases, especially with MX, the system just works out-of-the-box!
By example In my case there is a difference between works out-of-the-box and what is desired:
1. Configure my sound cause I have two output devices and the default config is not the used one(HDMI by my graphics adapter)
2. Explore MX Package installer is always a good idea. It offers 53120 packages now alone in the stable repository
3. Check if the printer works correctly, In my case I need hplip and have to install a driver by hp-plugin
4. Install your desired desktop environment or window manager if not Xfce and configure it to your wishes
5. Install your desired language packs of Firefox, Libreoffice and/or Thunderbird in my case German, not to forget gimp-help-de
6. Setup Thunderbird so it works with your mail service provider
7. Install variety or some other wallpaper changer, that's a must have for me
So you see there comes some to mind...