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Can't decide which Linux to Distro to use on my old Laptop, Need help from experienced users
Hi, so the story goes like this that I have a 2011 Samsung Notebook(r420) and it had Windows 7 on it. But just last month, I decided to move on from Windows to Linux but can't figure out which distro I should choose. I have tried may distros already(Debian and Arch based) but end up removing them for some instabilities.
My Notebook Configuration Highlights:
Ram: 4 GB
HDD: 250 GB
Processor: Intel Dual Core
Distros I have tried and reason for abandoning them:
Ubuntu: The default one that comes with GNome desktop. For me it was sluggish and had some lags. And for some reasons, it wasn't memory efficient.
Manjaro Linux: Used the one with KDE desktop and the biggest issue I had with it is the boot time. Look and feel was very nice and I really liked the KDE apps that ship with it. I also tried OpenSuse KDE(tumbleweed) but had problems with playing videos. Only YouTube videos were playing.
Solus Budgie: The UI is pretty attractive, especially I liked the notifications. However, my touchpad click simulation wasn't working and neither brightness control via functioning keys. I looked for fixes but ended up with nothing. Besides, I had problems using the new package manager. I couldn't figure out how to install "Flareget" on that.
Enso OS: I think this is the fastest Linux Distro I have ever tried but it was consuming more RAM, 2.8 GB to be exact. And while using it, I felt my laptop is getting heat up. So, this is no for me.
Xubuntu: To be honest, Xubuntu is the one I have come closest to what I want. In my case, it was just using 1.3 GB of RAM and everything was fine except for unexpected error dialogs. I was getting "Ubuntu has encountered a problem" dialog and send report to developers too much especially after booting.
So, in short I want a Linux distro that is light and memory efficient and won't cause too much heating or power consumption such as Xubuntu. Looks don't matter that much for me but having a notification area would be great. If anyone here knows or tried such flavor of Linux then please do let me know. I can work with any Debian or Arch based Linux.
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