A solution you could use is give the user the option to install Beagle or not during Mint Linux installation, informing them that it can potentially slow down low end computers. Also, as Beagle progresses, performance quirks and issues will slowly reside. It is, of course, still a very young project.
linuxviolin wrote:I don't use Beagle and I don't want use Mono so if it is removed I would be happy!
.....Mono is truly an amazing tool. Not using Mono means cutting off your ability to use a huge amount of programs out there. Some of which weren't even originally designed to be run on Linux machines. It opens the market of "Linux Compatible" applications to a huge number.