After many years of searching, I've found that MX-17 can be the sole OS on my wife's computer - she is now Windows free. She basically does not like technology and hates change but I was able to tweak an MX-17 install to fit her needs and installed it. I can't overstate the value of MX-Snapshot - it allows me clone a tweaked system and install it on other computers - and between myself, the wife, and kids I take care of a lot of systems. Snapshot really sets MX Linux apart as far as I'm concerned. I don't use much of the standard installed software but it's simple to remove what I don't use and install what I do use. Same goes for the appearance, mine looks nothing like the default and who cares as appearance is a personal taste. What matters is the system just works as it should.
Also a huge shout out to the packagers as they work hard to keep fresh versions of software in the repos as this can be a big negative on Debian stable based systems - not MX though.
Anyway, as my grandson likes to say "Two thumbs up!"
-- Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities
-- Change in MX sources
-- MX Linux on social media: here
-- Mepis support still here
-- MX-17.1 Final release info here
-- antiX-17 release info here
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