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I would highly recommend Lubuntu. It uses a lightweight desktop environment which will ease use of your low end CPU.
I recommend you to consider xubuntu and ubuntu.
After trying a number of distros, I have finally settled on LXLE, based on Lubuntu, to run on my Acer Aspire One 722. It works really well if you do this: Set boot order (F2 on boot) with NETWORK boot as first option, USB HDD second and internal HDD third. Boot LXLE from a usb stick use unetbootin to install the ISO in Linux, or Yumi or similar in Windows) ...
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