A week with Slax Linux 4.1.4

Slax is a Slackware based pocket OS. Why is it called a pocket OS? Because Slax has a small footprint compared with other distros it’s just about 185MB in size. The size of Slax doesn’t reduce the functionality in any way it’s packed with loads of useful applications. In this
article the writer decides to use the Slax Live CD as his sole distro for one week. It’s an interesting read and certainly looks like a fun way to learn the ins and outs of new distros. What was his verdict on Slax? Well go ahead, read the article and find out.