Lubuntu

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Lubuntu (short for Light Ubuntu) is a GNU/Linux computer operating system designed especially for low-performance hardware. Older and cheaper than average computers tend to struggle with many of the newer, fancier systems due to the high resource requirements of these systems. Lubuntu offers a small, efficient system for these computers which enables users to work as effectively as possible on their old or inexpensive hardware.[1][2]

Requirements

Memory (RAM)

For "advanced internet services" such as social media, YouTube, One Drive, and Google Drive, this system needs at least 1GB of RAM. For all other purposes, 512 MB of RAM is usually sufficient.[1]

Processor (CPU)

This operating system needs at least a Pentium 4, Pentium M, or AMD K8 processor to function well. Lesser processors may work, but using certain internet services and programs may be difficult.[1]

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