Saturday, March 18, 2017

MX-16 to the rescue!

MEPIS and antiX distributions have been among the easiest to install, configure, and use for many years, but it's also been a few years since a distribution named MEPIS has produced a release.  Instead the antiX development team, united with the MEPIS Lovers Community has been producing antiX derivatives labelled MX for the past few years.  So far we've had MX-14, MX-15 and MX-16 releases and the MX-16 is about as good as it gets.

I know that MX is nowhere near as well known as Linux Mint, but it's pretty comparable in many ways, in spite of the significantly smaller community.  Personally I prefer it; while it's relatively easy to install, it wins for me because it has - at least in my view - better tools to use in customizing the .appearance and features of the distribution

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