Full, balanced review by Dedoimedo, published on his blog February 29, 2016. Looks carefully at aesthetic and technical aspects, making thoughtful commentary as he goes along, and praises the distro for its ongoing improvement. Concludes: "Anyhow, really neat. MX Linux has come a long, long way since its early days. It is shaping up to be a really nice distribution, and my biggest fear at this point is that it will die, like so many other distros have died before reaching that critical mass moment. To sum it up, if you're looking for something different, something less avant-garde, whatever that means, or rather, you're fed up with the love triangle of Ubuntu, SUSE and Fedora plus derivatives, then MX-15 might be what you want. Somewhat of an underdog, and a bit scruffy and mongrely at times, but I like the progress. I like the consistent approach. It's a key to greatness. 9/10. It sure has joined my watch shortlist. Worth testing and whatnot. But my fear of the future always remains, please prove me wrong. However, the present is happy, so start downloading and burning them coasters. Dedoimedo out."
Video review of MX-15 by Don't Call Me Lenny! on February 1, 2016. Review of MX-15, stressing its user-friendliness for people switching to Linux for the first time. Praises the Community for being very responsive to user needs, in development as well as in support. Ends with: "This distribution is a joy to use every day. I cannot recommend MX-15 any higher!"
Video review of MX-15 by AJ Reissig on January 30, 2016. Tour of an installed instance. Objects to the vertical panel and says updates and installs are very slow, but likes the Package Installer and ease of use. He concludes: "Everything is very stable. I'm really, really happy with this distribution."
Published January 21, 2016 in Linux Community. Ferdinand Thommes provides a penetrating and nuanced review of MX-15 that reveals a thorough knowledge and appreciation of its features. "MX-Linux shows itself as a stable and lightweight distribution on a reliable Debian Stable base that collects many pluses for its user-friendliness ... Many areas of the distribution allow one to see the developers' intention to ease system administration without overloading it in the process. The support for older hardware enables it to be appealing in times of excessive insanity about consumption, and makes users happy who keep such computers in use. An accomplished synthesis of antiX and Mepis distributions, MX Linux really deserves more attention than it currently receives" (translated from the German).
Video review by Yonn Lopez. Published Jan 1, 2016. Extensive tour and commentary of Final, with a focus on utility. Comments: "They really have thought about a lot of details...MX-15 just keeps getting better!"
Review of MX-15 final by Ferdinand Thommes. Published Dec 26, 2015.. A technical perspective on the suitability of MX-15 for older computers. He also discusses the LiveUSB setup: "antiX MX is also interesting for the various options offered of running the system from a USB stick."
Blog review of MX-15 RC 1 by Frederic Bezies. Published Dec 21, 2015. Loves the simplicity of the Installer, posts an interesting video of post-installation setup (https://youtu.be/JqP5LEtEE0k) to show the ease of use and the intellectual pleasure of it all, and praises MX Tools. "C’est une distribution à surveiller de très près" (This is a distro to watch very closely).
Video review of MX-15 Beta 1 by Ghost Sixtyseven. Published Nov 9, 2015. "It's looking good!"
Video review of MX-15 Beta1 by Linux Help Guy. Published on Nov 9, 2015. "It's a distro that doesn't mess you about, it does what it says it does."
Jack M. Germain in Linux Insider reviews MX 14.4 on June 15, 2015. "The antiX Linux distro is an outstanding operating system that performs flawlessly. It lacks the special effects of desktops such as Cinnamon, KDE and Unity, but older computers tend to be unable to run them properly. Linux offers numerous distro choices for legacy computers. antiX Linux, especially the latest release of special edition MX-14, should be at the top of your must-try list."