Linux Lite 3 - Ideal choice for newbies and old computers

The linux.com portal has published a review of Linux Lite 3, latest stable release of Ubuntu LTS based, lightweight GNU/Linux distribution. This review remarks that, Linux Lite is an ideal choice for newbies as it offers a lot of user friendly options and also, it can help to revive outdated hardware resources, as it requires less amount of resources.


This review remarks that Linux Lite is the only distribution that is offering both lightweight behavior and newbie friendly user experience together.

One of the greatest aspects of Linux is its flexibility—it can be whatever you need it to be. It can be a massive server for big data, a desktop for rendering video or editing audio. A graphic designer’s studio. An every-day, get things done machine.

Or something in between.

For every job, you’ll find a distribution. For every need, you’ll find a tool. For every piece of hardware, you’ll find a version of Linux ready to make it work for you. Whether you’re working working with big iron or a low-end, aging desktop or laptop...there’s a Linux for the job.

At the same time, Linux can be a bit challenging to new users. Yes, most modern distributions and desktops have come a very long way to making the Linux ecosystem much, much easier than it once was. But some new users need a bit more help than others. And some, lesser-powered hardware could use that same helping hand.
Read complete review in linux.com portal.

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