"The Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment, or LXDE as it's more
commonly known, really takes its 'lightweightness' seriously. They
claim that LXDE's minimum hardware specifications are only slightly
higher than that of Windows 98, consuming only 45MB of memory after
boot. Any Pentium II processor should be capable enough of running
LXDE, and thanks to it being ported to ARM and MIPS as well, it can
serve a whole range of machines, like the Chinese MIPS
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