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Linux distributions still support the 32 bit architecture in 2023 part3

Peppermint OS   Peppermint OS is a general purpose Linux distribution based on Debian and Devuan (formerly Lubuntu). By design, Peppermint is supposed to be a lightweight, fast system that does not consume large computer resources. Download PLD   PLD (PLD Linux Distribution) is a Polish Linux distribution developed since 2002 (first release). The system is

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Linux distributions still support the 32 bit architecture in 2023 part2

GNUinOS   GNUinOS is a fork of the Devuan GNU/Linux distribution that uses the Openbox window manager. It is very lightweight, comes with the linux-libre kernel, and is focused on general purpose computers. The project aims to create a distribution fully approved by the FSF. Download GParted LiveCD   GParted (GNOME Partition Editor) is a disk

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Linux distributions still support the 32 bit architecture in 2023 part1

The beginning of 2023 provides new releases of various Linux distributions, but we should not forget about the still active, maybe already obsolete 32-bit hardware architecture (i686). Many open-source projects still actively develop this architecture, unfortunately its twilight is in sight. My list provides information about Linux-related projects that still

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