I have tried 32-bit and 64-bit versions on an Acer One Aspire One (32-bit) netbook and Dell D620 (64-bit) laptop. Both were easy to install and they have many great features with updates. They can be modified to work like Windows 7 and XP OS's and run well on both systems. I have tried other Linux OS's and I highly recommend this one over them all.
LXLE is the best out of a dozen distros I've tried in a week. The minimun design with versatility makes the OS run perfectly fast and easy to navigate. Recently, I installed LXLE in all of my machines: Acer Aspire E15-553G (AMD A10-7th), Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3T and Toshiba NB500-1003T netbooks. It works incredibly fine! Many thanks for your contribution.
I saw LXLE 32 on OSdisc.com and gave it a test drive on a client's old (and otherwise unuseable Win XP) AMD dual core PC with 4 gigs of DDR2 and it's simply lightning fast, boots in 1/4 the time of XP. ~G Marsh