Only disappointment is the very limited language selection which makes it impossible for me to keep it in the old netbook I tried it for.
It is a shared netbook and I just can't impose English or Spanish to its other users.
I rated it 10 nevertheless, but this should be addressed to, honestly.
Ciao from Italy
Version: 3.1 Rating: 9 Date: 2019-04-29 Votes: 0
Nice lightweight Debian-based distro. It was fast and pretty simple. Persistence didn't work in the live-medium version, which is a serious limitation. There's a feature to toggle the icon for network connections in an unusual place. After I found it I was able to connect to my wifi no problem. I really like LXDE. It is quick and configurable. There is the option to switch to Gnome3 for those who prefer it. On LXDE I was unable to find any way to add or modify keyboard shortcuts (a bad fault). There are 3 or 4 menu items having to do with keyboards. Only one allowed me to do what I wanted. Includes a good software selection, but also Synaptic and Gdebi installer if you want more or different. Overall pretty good, tho' I didn't do an install and a thorough test.
Version: 3.0 Rating: 9 Date: 2018-09-09 Votes: 8
For a -small- distro it has all you really need.
Although it is basically spanish, no need to learn the language, it works ok in english if you've got a basic linux knowledge.
Best choice for old low ram computers.
Version: 2.2 Rating: 9 Date: 2018-03-22 Votes: 4
A few caveats.
1) you have to scroll down to the bottom to select English when you start the Live version (assuming you don't speak Galician or Spanish).
2) Answer 'Yes' when it asks if you'd like to rename the menus, etc., using the selected language
3) It boots up with a Spanish keyboard; there is a little keyboard icon at the bottom right--click on it to select English.
4) enabling wifi is non-intuitive, and there is no indication you're connected, except the RAM usage jumps to ~60 to ~105MB after enabling wifi.
Selecting 'Mikachu' in Openbox Configuration makes the LXDE menus alot more aesthetically pleasing.
2.2 MUCH IMPROVED, though from 2.1 imho. Pretty close to AntiX in usability. Better than Q4OS.
Version: 3.0 Rating: 10 Date: 2018-03-10 Votes: 6
Estupenda distribución. He probado tanto Picaros Diego como Queiles y el resultado ha sido genial. Picaros es increíblemente atractivo para los niños y tiene una cantidad de herramientas muy útiles para enseñanza. Con Queiles he revitalizado un viejo portátil que era inservible y ahora funciona de maravilla. Gran trabajo y al estar desarrollado en castellano resulta muy cómodo para los que hablamos español.
Version: 2.1 Rating: 8 Date: 2017-04-08 Votes: 15
while the browser's native language is in spanish it was a bit of a puzzle to convert it to english language
installation was easy and configuring the os for a handicapped child was easy,
this is an impressive distro for the use of teaching and developing the skills of a young child and a valuable set of tools for the teacher as well
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