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Which OS is better for a weak netbook?

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There is a weak netbook. Features Intel Atom (1.6 I think), RAM 1 GB, Intel GMA Vidoje
There is Windows 7 - very slow

I thought maybe to put ubuntu ?
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Any will slow.
Ie for the OS itself such amount of memory is enough in principle.
But for applications no.
Banal the browser will try to run it for him 1GB will in any case not enough.
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And tasks-what? Or just to gather dust? Well put, will not be worse. Of Windows not to slow XP only
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I have the same unit gathering dust. tried to put Ubuntu, then another 14~ and brakes.
only Win XP feels comfortable on my laptop and I can work with.
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Lubuntu/Xubuntu.
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I also have a netbook so weak and searched the system for it !
Put the mint and xfce and lxde and Xp
XP icons not working and not very modern
In the end, the usual windows 7 starter - flight tin
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I recommend to accept, to leave everything as it is and not torturing the animal. Use it for what he lacks strength. Model You have not written, but chances are the memory is not expandable. Is that SSD a bit will improve the situation. The problem is not the OS, as in modern applications. If the browser eats memory gigabytes, then there is at least 7, at least XP, even Linux - one features.
The alive this EeePC. With 1 GB, and is soldered on the Board. But with passive cooling. Windows 7 Starter. Once stuck in a small ssd. So he now no mechanics and extra sounds. Sometimes lying on the sofa, I go with him to the Internet in the "easy" sites, forums. Took to the road in the car movies to watch. Take, when friends are asked to help the network to check the router to configure, etc., In total working slowly.
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