If you8217ve been keeping up with the latest Linux distributions you must have noticed that 32-bit support has been dropped from most of the popular Linux distributions. Arch Linux Ubuntu Fedora everyone has dropped the support for this older architecture.
But what if you have vintage hardware with you that still needs to be revived or you want to make use of it for something Fret not there are still a few options left to choose from for your 32-bit system. .
In this article I8217ve tried to compile some of the best Linux distributions that will keep on supporting 32-bit platform for next few years.
This list is a bit different from our earlier list of Linux distributions for old laptops. Even 64-bit computers can be considered old if they were released before 2010. This is why some suggestions listed there included distros that only support 64-bit now.