So I'm cleaning up a really old windows XP 32-bit computer and I decided it would probably be best to put Linux on it. I am most familiar with Ubuntu, however, Ubuntu seems like it runs slow on some computer and thus would probably be to slow on this older PC. I looked up some distros and it looks like Lubuntu is very popular because it's just like Ubuntu but it's lightweight for older/slow computers <--- the perfect solution I also found a distro called SolydXK which is suppose to be as nice (if not nicer) than Ubuntu. I can't find System requirements though. Off the top of my head the PC has 3.00Gb DDR1 ram, and about 2.8Ghz with some kind of Pentium 4 processor. Would SolydXK work well or should I go with the lubuntu?