Three Desktop options: Xfce, Plasma, Fluxbox
MX-21 KDE includes the usual MX tools, antiX-live-usb-system, and snapshot technology that our users have come to expect from our standard flagship Xfce releases. Adding KDE/plasma to the existing Xfce/MX-fluxbox desktops will provide for a wider range user needs and wants.
and more in the MX repositories.
The versions listed refer to the date of release; they will be continually upgraded as time goes on.
Some users with intel video chipsets may need to use “i915.invert_brightness=1” boot code as some machines apparently have brightness values backwards in the driver. There are live menu options for that code.
System clock settings are not adjustable via the KDE system settings unless the user is running systemd. Use the MX Date & Time application to adjust your system clock settings.
You’ll Need Virtual Box to run inside Windows 10
Download and install VirtualBox
If you have an INTEL processor then have a look at the
FREE Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager software
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