Thanks for Manjarolinux, it's good!
Arch linux gone fun... update: I shoudnt have rated Manjaro so early.. After awhile I realized that these young German men are quite clearly in it for the money. Using linux a free system for money.... and in reality are bad spirited weird Germans. Just plain weird.
No one who is just a plain desktop user of Linux takes to heart to read any update information. As a result of the update to use only the terminal just recently caused me reinstall my Manjaro XFCE. I did how ever take the time to try Manjaro KDE 17.0.1 and I believe I will switch from XFCE to KDE. :-) What I really like about Manjaro is that it is a rolling release and not a point release like Ubuntu or Fedora. Pros: rolling release - install once and forget about it easy to install as a desktop user who doesn't know any codeing or programing AUR programs installing - Google Chrome - Clipgrab - and more I like to use codes just works for audio and videos large DE base: KDE, XFCE, now Gnome very large community of DE: LXDE, LXQT, deepin, cinnamon, i3, mate, and many more... Cons: AUR not all programs install (Lightzone - photography application) latest update in design under the hood - I found manjaro from YouTube of Spatry and Don't Call Me Lenny, you are out there, so as ease of use from a simple desktop user who doesn't know code or programing this is why I took off a star
Just starting with this release. My favorite is with the 'rolling release' and never having to re-install. As long as the updates are kept as current as possible without bugs, this will become perhaps the standard for future Linux users.