You can look at a Netflix show/movie on MX-15, but the method varies by the architecture of your system (enter inxi -S in a terminal if you are unsure).
This is straightforward: just install Google Chrome from MX Package Installer and Netflix will work OOTB.
Google no longer provides a 32bit version of Chrome, so you need to use a workaround.
By default, xscreensaver looks for a service called gdmflexiserver to provide a "New Login" function from within the screensaver, so that a different user than has the screen locked can login.
This does not work with lightdm, which is what MX uses.
This can be made to work with a little extra code in an ~/.Xresources file.
with the following contents:
xscreensaver.newLoginCommand: dm-tool switch-to-greeter
MX USB Unmounter
A tool that resides in the system tray / notificiation area that allows for easy unmounting of usb devices as well as optical discs. USB Storage, MTP devices, and GPHOTO2 devices are supported. Optical disc drives are also supported.
The system tray icon is a standard "eject" symbol (actual icon varies with system icon theme).
Right clicking the icon will bring up a context menu.
MX Test Repo Installer is released under the GNU GPL v. 3 license, whose full text can be found both online and onboard. The core statement is as follows:
---NOTE: This package is deprecated from MX-16.1 on, having been merged with MX Package Installer
MX Test Repo Installer
Allows the user to browse and install packages from the mx test repository directly without the need to first enable the testing repo. The test repo will be enabled as needed and then disabled after the selected apps are installed.
NOTE: This guide is mostly based upon an entry in the Manjaro Wiki.
MX System Sounds is released under the GNU GPL v. 3 license, whose full text can be found both online and onboard at /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-3. The core statement is as follows:
MX System Sounds
There are three main areas to MX System Sounds.
1. XFCE Event Sounds
These settings correspond to the EVENT SOUNDS settings found in the Appearance > Settings. Either Appearance or MX System Sounds may be used to adjust these preferences.
2. Session Sounds
On this page: