Linux Lite is a lightweight Linux distribution that is based on Debian and Ubuntu. Probably the most popular in the Lightweight division, Linux Lite is another popular operating system based on Linux with its latest release Linux Lite 5.0, a version relies upon Kernel 5.4 and Ubuntu 20.04 Fossa, as designed by Jerry Bezencon, the developer of the said Linux. If you're migrating from Windows, and still want to have the lightest Linux OS without having any repercussions. You can easily install Linux Lite to a USB flash drive using software like Etcher. You can download Etcher from their website and install it following its instructions.
If you are an avid computer user, then Linux Lite is indeed for you. Its goal is for users safely welcome them and offering the familiar desktop environment and applications like Steam, Kodi, Skype, Spotify, and free Office suite or LibreSuite (Yes, you've read it right) to name a few, that almost all softwares you enjoyed from Windows can also be used in Linux Lite. It works smoothly and user-ready from its fully functional out of the box set-up, no need for installation of new software as you run your computer for the first time. Courtesy of Xfce desktop, you can appreciate its sleek and classic layout as similar to Windows OS. Apart from all these amazing features, it's of course supported by Ubuntu software repository and it ensures it can boot effortlessly on any old machine or laptops, taking less power and resource. For its minimum system requirements; 700MHZ processor, 512MB RAM VGA screen 1024×768 resolution, DVD drive or USB port for ISO image, and at least 5 GB free disk storage.