Manjaro Linux is a very popular operating system (OS) that combines the capabilities of Arch Linux distribution, its own set of repositories and friendly desktop interface. It also uses the rolling releases method, which eliminates the need for users to install system updates to run new versions of programs and applications. The Notification panel will display all available updates and you can update your system at any time if you like.
Manjaro Linux supports various graphical interfaces, including Cinnamon, KDE, GNOME, MATE and XFCE. The convenient Pacman manager is used to download packages and programs to the OS. Pre-installed applications include LibreOffice, GIMP, VLC, Firefox, Steam, HexChat, Thunderbird, Skype, Galculator and other standard utilities found in other well-known Linux distributions. Experienced users can use the terminal to work with the OS, and for beginners there is a convenient file manager. The system also has a versatile tool for setting various parameters.
Manjaro Linux is a beautiful, fast and convenient Linux distribution. It includes a set of drivers for a wide variety of devices, as well as the most important document management and media playback tools. In fact, this operating system is a modification of Arch Linux with an adaptive desktop environment. We should also note that the OS uses the resources of a PC or a laptop very efficiently: for stable operation of the 64-bit version of the system (KDE edition) you will need only 550 Mb of RAM.
- ARM architecture support;
- a set of video card drivers "out of the box";
- additional layers for checking Arch Linux repositories. This option allows you to download only the most stable software packages;
- the ability to connect additional repositories.