Life without Windows or OS X

GNU/Linux is quite possibly the most important free software achievement since the original Space War, or, more recently, Emacs. It has developed into an operating system for business, education, and personal productivity. GNU/Linux is no longer only for UNIX wizards who sit for hours in front of a glowing console. Are you thinking about switching to Linux and want to learn how to use it? Have you been using GNU/Linux for some time and want to learn even more? This is the place for you.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Antergos Linux

Antergos Linux is essentially Arch Linux

Antergos is using Arch Linux from end to end, plus a repository or two for Antergos specific packages. Remove those one or two repositories, you have an Arch distribution of Linux.

Where Antergos differs from Arch comes down to the fact Antergos is built to make using GNU/ Linux simple. It uses the GNOME 3 desktop environment by default but you can also install the Cinnamon, MATE, KDE Plasma 5, Deepin, and Xfce desktops. A network connection is required to begin the installation and to automatically update the Cnchi installer prior to installation.


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