Also, dual-booting on older hardware with smaller drive capacity is not necessarily a good way to go. If XP is desired to be retained, adding a second drive or using Linux from and external USB drive may be a better way to go. LXLE is most likely one of several "little Ubuntus" developed in recent years for Home Theaters, ARM tablets and dongles, and other tiny tech devices. A full-scale laptop should be able to handle Mint or Ubuntu (32 bits). Mint has a smaller resource footprint than fully-configured Windows XP.
Both Ubuntu and Mint have active online forums which are friendly to Windows refugees like myself. I haven't ever had to post my own problem, as a keyword search almost invariably turns up several relevant and recent threads for most issues. Just be sure to include the exact distro and version number as terms in the keyword search for your issue. Don't rely on advice for other versions, other distros or other hardware. And avoid lengthy Command Line Gibberish or BASH scripts. I also avoid WINE solutions. But that's just me, I guess.