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Friday, 3 September 2010

TeenPup: Rescue aging machines

We've all got very old machines that we'd love to use, but sadly, they won't run newer versions of Windows and indeed, newer versions of some Linux distro's. Thankfully there's someone out there that has seen fit to work on a Linux based distribution for this very purpose (time to pick out my 486 hehe (did also have a Victor from 1981, but some idiot threw that out)).

1 comment:

Andrew from Vancouver said...

FWIW I had a good desktop experience with Linux Mint on a PIII-733 and 256 MB of RAM, and one old ATA drive.

From the description, TEENPup can run on even less hardware.