A very good gnu/linux distro. The only weakness it has is sometimes the updates don't come quick enough
but all in all, it is a very secure distro. and there are ways to work around the crap such as icecat and abrowser
hint* hint* tor browser *hint hint*
For what I need, it does the job very well.
Version: 7.0 Rating: 7 Date: 2017-02-22 Votes: 0
The devs did a great job with the layout. Plain distro but a great FLOSS spin.
Version: 7.0 Rating: 10 Date: 2017-01-24 Votes: 3
Pro: Fast, safe, little RAM ... (with most Debian repository at hand)
Con: Many drivers/apps are not available, but since what those would be (and the purpose of this distro) no value is to be removed, or a -1 here would be used.
Note: Very few Distros are FSF compliant and approved as such. On the Debian side, this one shows to have all the advantages already seen on Slackware: Whatever is done, is done efficiently (comparatively) and safelly (as far as we can tell).
The version installed (to keep) is Trisquel-Mini. The test/restored PC is a i686/1GHz with 500Mb. Iddle it uses near no CPU being below 100MB.
Midori Browser shows to be what it advertises (Firefox become huge) but reacting to marketing intrusions by closing. This problem is not really it's fault and can be solved by not allowing scripting. It does speed browsing too. ((To note limited URLs access may be a blessing disguised by a small frustration: Some URLs are abusive in their demands.))
Conclusion: Trisquel (mini) shows to be both efficient and as complete as safety would allow. Also allowing comfortable usage.