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Low-Spec Hardware? Try these Desktop Environments
I have selected my pick of desktop environments that are excellent candidates for older hardware. They typically run well on low-spec machines, even a system with a Pentium II 266MHz CPU, a processor that is now 16 years old. All of the desktops are released under freely distributable licenses. If your Linux box feels sluggish in general use, try one of the desktops featured below. It may just save you from discarding a perfectly good machine.

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Nautilus
Nautilus is a desktop-management and service-delivery platform for the network user environment (NUE), a framework for making computers easy to use and maintain. Read more

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  • AntiRSI
    AntiRSI is a program for Mac OS X that helps prevent RSI (repetitive strain injury) and other computer related stress. It does so by forcing you to take regular breaks, yet without getting in the way. It also detects natural breaks so it won't force too many breaks on you.
  • AutoPairs
    AutoPairs modifies the behavior of certain keystrokes, to help you keep paired characters such as parentheses properly matched. For instance, when you type a left parenthesis, AutoPairs will type the right parenthesis and a left arrow for you, so that you are ready to type what goes between the parentheses.
  • BtBatStat
    BtBatStat is a simple OS X app that shows the battery status of your Apple bluetooth mouse and keyboard in the menu bar.
  • CAPS Warn
    CAPS Warn is designed for people who type with one hand using Sticky Keys, or for anyone who presses the Caps Lock key frequently by mistake.
  • DoubleCommand
    DoubleCommand is software for Mac OS X (a kernel extension) that lets you remap keys, in other words change the way your keyboard works.
  • Full Key Codes
    Full Key Codes is a little utility to display code informations about each key of the keyboard. In a little window, you will obtain for each key down its character, its ASCII code, and the keyboard code in hexadecimal and decimal.
  • Global Hotkey
    Global Hotkey stays in the background doing nothing. But if you press a key combination which matches one of the file names in the folders of the application, it will do something.
  • iKey
    (commercial) iKey is a utility that can eliminate repetitive actions. iKey allows creation of shortcuts that perform an action or sequence of actions each of which can be launched by key combinations, menu, timer, event or USB devices (many button mice, keyboards, graphic pads and game controllers).
  • Key Codes
    Key Codes is a little utility that displays the key code and modifier keys state for any key combination you press.
  • Keyboard Spy
    Keyboard Spy allows you to spy and record all your keyboard keystrokes in a log file in the background.
  • KeyCastr
    KeyCastr lets you easily display your keystrokes while recording screencasts.
  • Keystrokes Pronouncer
    Keystrokes Pronouncer allows you to hear each pronounceable key you press on your keyboard.
  • KeyViewer
    KeyViewer is an AppleScript which provides easy access to Mac OS X's built-in Keyboard Viewer.
  • MacASCII Display X
    displays the decimal ASCII code, hexadecimal code, and binary equivalent for any key you press. This can be especially useful for programmers. Plus, it can convert blocks of text to and from binary, hexadecimal, and decimal ASCII
  • pearScriptKeys
    pearScriptKeys enables you to define global hot keys that perform user definable Apple Scripts.
  • ProShutdown
    ProShutdown restores "opposite corners" shutdown shortcut for new aluminum keyboard.
  • Shortcuts
    Shortcuts is an application to assign hot keys to contextual menu items.
  • SimpleKeys
    SimpleKeys 2 is a complete rewrite of the popular f-key shortcut program.
  • TextExpander
    (commercial) TextExpander saves you countless keystrokes with customized abbreviations for your frequently-used text strings and images.
  • Typewriter Keyboard
    Typewriter Keyboard allows you to make your keyboard play typewriter sounds or any other sounds.
  • Witch
    Witch lets you access all of your windows by pressing a shortcut and choosing from a clearly arranged list of window titles,
  • XcreenKey
    XcreenKey is an "Aluminium" soft keyboard for you Mac. It has three different modes: Full keypad, character keypad, and numeric keyboard. XcreenKey comes with an administrator utility. Kiosk administrator can use the utility to disable special functions of XcreenKey



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