MX-17.1 | MX Linux 17.1
Review by Shashank Sharma in Linux Format, June 2018 (LXF237), page 20 (requires subscription). Subtitle: “Shashank Sharma’s expectations of a modern-day distribution is a lumbering Goliath, which makes this distro fall squarely into the David camp.” This review is very positive, and the ‘Verdict’ box-out gives 10/10 for every element! Finishes with this great statement: “This speedy, fully featured distribution, complete with solid support on- and offline, is a masterclass in user-friendliness.”
MX-17.1 | MX Linux 17.1 – more details
Published by xramtech published on Dec 5, 2018
A video tour by XPSTECH published March 27, 2018. Although the author says he did not expect very much when he began, he concludes after checking it out that the MX Team has done a really great job. It could become one of the top distros, he says, but it all gets down to how long they can survive.
MX-17.1 | MX Linux 17.1 Review – The dream distro?
Video review by InfinitelyGalactic published on November 6, 2018. A very careful and enthusiastic look at MX-17.1. He looks closely at MX Tools, concluding: “MX provides the user experience that a lot of linux users want, but for some reason no one thinks to make.”
A very appreciative look at MX-17[.1] by Mike Johnston in CMS Critic on March 18, 2018. He focuses on MX Tools, and features Tweak, Conky and Package Installer, of which he is a “huge fan.” Concludes: “Overall, MX Linux 17 is a fast, responsive and well put together distribution. It includes tons of tools to help users and administrators get things done and it’s built on a rock solid base with Debian stable.”
Published by Chris Were on December 5, 2018. He has been running it for some time now, and concludes: “Overall, this is a wonderful distribution and I can see why it’s getting a lot of hype these days. It’s going to stay on the machine for quite some time because it just runs so damn well.”
A cursory and curious look at MX-17.1 (unnamed) published by Jack Wallen on April 6, 2018 on Linux.com. After praising “that antiX installer MX Linux uses” (originally from Warren Woodford with his MEPIS), the author then provides a lengthy description on how to move the Panel using Xfce’s dialog box (no mention of MX Tools) and finishes with a lesson on setting up Samba. Concludes: “This flavor of Linux can make anyone feel right at home on Linux.”
Posted May 25, 2018 by Dedoimedo on his website. This detailed look at MX Tools in MX-17 begins by noting the improvements in the look of the dashboard: organization, legibility, etc. He pays articular attention to Snapshot (“probably one of the most useful aspects of MX Tools”) and iDevice Mounter, which he tested on his own phone when it wouldn’t mount in Thunar. Finishes with some useful suggestions about future directions that might be taken.
MX-17.1 | MX Tools, Backup, and Systemback
Published on May 6, 2018, by Artim in his blog Confessions of a Technophobe. Looks at using LuckyBackup and MX Live USB Maker to archive an image of the running system, concluding that it is easy and works better than his previous method. Concludes: “No bloat, plenty of speed, rock-stable, awesome cool tools. What else does a technophobic Ba’ku boy need?”
MX-17.1 | My Desktop
Posted by Artim on April 28, 2018, in his Blog: Confessions of a Technophobe. We love the opening: “MX-17 is simply gorgeous right out of the box!” Author examines the interesting question of upgrades, reliability and bloat, concluding that he has no interest in replicating the legacy OS he just abandoned. Finishes with this great sentence: “MX-17 is my favorite Linux now, because it’s got the newbie-friendly stuff going on (enough of it to make it suitable for competent newbies – not enough to protect them from being irresponsibly stupid), but inherently much safer with it’s Debian Stable base than any of the [others].”
A video tour by Backyard Tech published on November 4, 2018. Though unfamiliar with the OS in any detail, he goes through it in detail, showing his appreciation with a repeated comment: “I gotta tell you, I like this very much.”
In an article published in OCS-Mag on March 21, 2018, Dedoimedo looks at desktop innovations that have taken place apart from the usual big distros. He includes MX Linux, and points particularly to MX Tools, concluding: “To the best of my experience and memory, this is the most advanced implementation of the make-desktop-nice functionality.”
Posted by Ryan Dube on October 12, 2018 on the MakeUseOf website. Very helpfulreview from the perspective of a long-time Windows user for enticing other Windows users to look at a Linux alternative. Covers installation, the Welcome screen, Package Installer and customization. He concludes: “MX Linux brings a brand new OS about as close to a Windows environment as you could ask for, at zero cost.”
MX-17 | EzeeLinux takes a look at MX-17
Joe Collins makes a knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic tour–and falls in love with the cursor! ;-DEzeeLinux Show 18.11
A comparison of these two Linux OS’s posted by Matt Hartley on April 4, 2018 on Datamation.com that focuses on personal preferences instead of trying to say one is better than the other. Both have advantages, but the author concludes: “if I was to introduce one of these distros to someone who has never used Linux before, I once again think I’d choose MX Linux.”« First ‹ Previous 1 2 3 4 6 Next › Last »