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My MX 18.3 Machine

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fishmanloveslinux
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My MX 18.3 Machine

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Post by fishmanloveslinux » Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:51 pm

After trying all kinds of Distros and spins in the Linux world, MX-Linux is my daily driver. I have stopped distro hopping and am now staying with MX. Rock steady and robust, MX-Linux does what most fail at. Highly customizable and lots of apps to play with, there is no want for software. I am going to show my desktop,which is nothing great but suits my needs. My specs are as follows.

CPU: 2X Intel Celeron 1620 @ 2.70 Ghz
RAM: 4 Gbs DDR2
GPU: GeForce GT 210
USB: 5X 2.0

https://i.imgur.com/BL9TF2g.png



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Re: My MX 18.3 Machine

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Post by Artim » Wed Jul 17, 2019 5:01 am

That's a pretty desktop! MX certainly has a lot of options and apps, but for me the best part is safety when it comes to updates.

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