“An In-Depth Review of MX Linux: The Ultimate CMS Choice”


“Discover the Power of MX Linux: A Comprehensive Review

If you’re in search of a fast and functional Linux distribution, look no further than MX Linux. Developed from Debian stable, this highly popular operating system is currently in its impressive 18.2 version.

But what makes MX Linux stand out among the rest? Let’s dive into a thorough MX Linux Review and find out.

Unleash the Custom Tools

One major highlight of MX Linux is its wide range of custom tools designed to make user experience easier and more convenient. The dedicated team of developers at MX Linux have gone above and beyond to cater to the needs and demands of every user with their exceptional MX apps.

Updated for the Best: MX Linux 18.2

This updated review of MX Linux is based on its latest 18.2 release. If you’re wondering what MX Linux really is, the official website provides a clear and concise definition: a cooperative venture between two highly regarded communities – antiX and former MEPIS. Working together, they have combined exceptional tools and talents to create a midweight OS that offers an elegant and efficient desktop with simple configuration, high stability, solid performance, and a medium-sized footprint.

Smooth Installation, No Hassle

The installation process is extremely smooth and hassle-free thanks to MX Linux’s custom installer. During my experience, I encountered no issues whatsoever, and the system ran with utmost efficiency and no hardware problems. Have you tried it? Let me know in the comments!

The Customized XFCE Desktop

As soon as you log in, the customized XFCE desktop welcomes you. While the placement of the panel on the left side of the screen may seem odd initially, I found it to be quite convenient once I got used to it. And in case you prefer a different position, moving the panel is a quick and easy task.

MX Apps for Ultimate Convenience

MX Linux offers a wide range of apps built by its developers to cater to every user’s needs and demands. These include tools for desktop customization, managing repositories and users, and so much more. I won’t bore you with all the details, but here are some notable ones.

MX Welcome Screen

The welcome screen provides quick access to various resources for support, discussions, video tutorials, as well as MX tools, tweak panel, and more.

MX Tweak Tool

As the name suggests, the MX Tweak tool makes desktop modification fast and easy. From adjusting panel positioning to changing the desktop theme and tweaking the compositor, this tool does it all.

MX Tools Menu

Get ready for some magic with the MX Tools menu! With an app for almost everything you could need or want, the MX Tools work seamlessly to get the job done. Take a look at what it offers:

– MX Conky
– MX Package Installer
– Flatpak Integration

Hassle-free Management with MX Package Installer

One of my personal favorites, the MX Package Installer is a fantastic and lightning-fast app for managing installed and searching for new ones. Plus, switching repositories between Debian Stable, MX Testing, and even the Debian Backports is a breeze. You can also find an updated list of available Flatpak applications here.

Efficient Performance, Impressive Results

With a full desktop environment, file manager, GIMP image editor, Firefox, and a game running simultaneously, MX Linux impressively uses less than half the RAM on a 2G system and minimal CPU usage. It’s safe to say that MX Linux delivers exceptional performance.

An Impressive and Well-built Linux Distribution

To sum it up, MX Linux 18.2 is a fast, responsive, and well-built distribution. Its robust foundation on Debian and an extensive range of tools make it a go-to for experienced users and administrators. While it may not be as visually appealing as a desktop such as Budgie (my personal opinion), its vast selection of software surpasses even the large repositories of Ubuntu, offering so much more in terms of functionality and applications.

Don’t forget to also check out our reviews for Solus – Budgie Edition and Ubuntu MATE.

Have you tried MX Linux? Let me know your thoughts!”

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