MX NoFrills Release Inbound (Photos)

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Re: MX NoFrills Release Inbound (Photos)

#16 Post by stevepusser »

How are you getting 650 MB RAM use from MX 19.1, anyway? I was just using a basic 64-bit install on my older Acer laptop, and it boots up at about 500 MB usage--this is with some extra xfce taskbar widgets running, too, such as the hardware monitor plugin to watch memory use plus network IO, Thunar opened, and Conky toggled off. Others report around 450 MB for MX 19.1 64-bit as default.
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#17 Post by golinux »

thmtrxhsu wrote:
Head_on_a_Stick wrote:See also CROWZ and STAR, both Devuan-based with openbox desktops, both ~500MiB images and both running at >100MiB RAM.
I guarantee I could out-due [sic] both those distros you pointed to by any measure; they look amateurish.
Tell that to Distrowatch. :lol:
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#18 Post by sunrat »

No post from OP for 4 days now. Maybe they ordered a box of humility online and is waiting for delivery. :|
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