I'd like a good looking from the beginning, average speed, Linux Distribution.
I want to keep using an upgraded ASUS X540SA for basic activities (writer documents, spreadsheets, presentations, web browsing).
Intel Celeron N3050, running on Integrated Graphics
Adata 120GB SSD, 500GB HDD
4GB RAM @ 1600MHz
I currently have Windows 10 installed, but it randomly gets too slow while trying to do the above. This means, since it worked well at least once, it is a software fault and that's why I'd like to move to Linux again on it.
I previously ran Manjaro XFCE, Linux Mint XFCE and Xubuntu. These were alright overall but had some visual issues, the Windows 98-like trails, and such. I got no time for tweaking, so the distro should look good from the start. But back then I didn't had a SSD and most mainstream distros were way too laggy, even the XFCE booted in 10 minutes.
I don't like KDE. No KDE, please. I didn't have issues with it but I simply don't like it