Lovers free software and low requirements you are in luck, since the new version of the Tiny Core Linux operating system has just come out, specifically version 8.1 that comes with great news.
Tiny core is known for being one of the most minimalist and lightest Linux distributions out there, being able to work on computers literally from the last century. This version has corrected bugs detected in previous versions, in addition to adding some new features.
This new version, Updated Busybox Command Console Toolkit, so widely used in the Linux world. In this version some bugs have been corrected, for example related to the LZMA algorithm.
In addition, it has been improved support with internet, adding features like static ip in some tools. Some tools such as uClibc ldconfig have also been updated, running some bugs that were detected in version 8.0.
In conclusion, version 8.1 is the improved version of Tiny core 8.0, so everyone who has downloaded version 8.0, should update to this new version if they want to enjoy all the news.
Tiny Core is a very minimalist operating system, that is to say, a practically naked Linux, which has hardly any pre-installed applications. This means that it takes up very little space on the hard disk, that it is very light and that we can also customize everything as we want.
This does an operating system not suitable for newbies, since it really requires that we know how to use the command console and that we have experience with Linux operating systems. However, if you are experienced, you will certainly love to customize it to your liking.
To download, go to your Official Site, where you can download both the 32-bit and the 64-bit version and all its variants, some of which are more complete than others.