That is very good! That way you don't have to worry about E-waste!
Sometimes we get people coming on this forum for 32-bit support, and I have to unfortunately tell everyone, there is no 32-bit support any longer, and your just going to have to try Puppy Linux on it. AKA Bionic Puppy.
Cause I can tell you right now, if you can't get Bionic Puppy to run on your computer, then its far too old and needs permenant retirement. Cause Bionic Puppy requires the least amount of hardware, it would amaze you.
You know what, I am going to hunt down the requirements and post them here cause I feel like it lol.
Minimum System Requirements
Puppy has been tested on very old PCs but the best results for the current standard release of Puppy Linux to run at a reasonable pace have been achieved with:
CPU : Pentium 900 MHz
RAM : 300 MB RAM
Hard Drive : Optional
DVD-ROM : 20x and up or USB