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Hi! I don't quite know whether this is the right sub to ask, but I'm looking for a lightweight distro for an elderly relative. They have an old Toshiba laptop running Windows 10 and it's painfully slow. I've searched up and most people recommend Linux Mint. I don't know whether that's an option, since they've got only 2 GBs of RAM, and as most things are going straight to pagefile, their very slow HDD doesn't help. Their processor, while mildly passable, isn't great either (I can't remember the model name, it's one of those very low end Intel Pentiums or Celeron s) I need something that: * Can run on a potato *Looks similar to Windows (they struggle with it too, and even with Android, but changing like that probably won't help) * Can run the three pieces of software they need (A browser, preferably Chromium-based so she's comfortable with it, a PDF Viewer and TeamViewer or some other remote desktop software that allows a Windows computer to be connected to a Linux one) Thank y'all in advance. submitted by /u/mcgFort [link] [comments]

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Before someone tells me to read the man or info pages, I do know what it does. That is not my question. I'm asking in what specific situations do people use the touch command? A timestamp is usually something that does not need to be changed very often. submitted by /u/TheBigCore [link] [comments]

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Hi, I have installed firefox but there was a small problem: when I played videos in a frame at small resolution, everything was fine. However, when I entered fullscreen or played the video at a higher resolution, the video started to play at 4 FPS at most. When I launched a complex application in WebGL, it almost did not run. ​ While in Chromium, everything worked flawlessly. So, I hope that the solution that worked for me might be helpful to someone. ​ First, tick the "recommended performance settings" setting, then try if it worked for you. If it did not, then you can try to do this workaround at your own risk! If you have wrong video card drivers installed, or if for some reason your system does not support hardware acceleration, this step might render firefox unusable! Go to about:config, there, look for the key layers.acceleration.force-enabled . Set this value to true and see if it works for you. It did for me. This key forces firefox to use hardware acceleration. ​ Have a nice day! submitted by /u/Krelyshy [link] [comments]

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