I have a laptop which gets very hot. And as we know, heat is bad for the Lithium battery. So I wanted to install a distro which was lightweight and kept my laptop cool.
I came to know about this distro called Fuduntu, which is brilliant and optimized for laptop battery life. It was exactly what I needed. I used it for a month, and suddenly saw one day that the project has ended. I've no other option but to go for another distro now.
What I've tried: All of these distros that I've tried, heat up my laptop a lot and give me poor battery life - Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu. Yes, Lubuntu was unexpected - but my laptop stays above 60 degrees celcius in it. Fuduntu was a lot cooler. Maybe just because these are variants of Ubuntu itself?
How about Fedora? I've never tried it or any of its variants.. What would you recommend?
Btw, I'm not looking for physical laptop cooling advice.. quite experienced in that already!