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.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Manjaro Linux

Manjaro Linux is based on Arch Linux. It is not Arch. Manjaro uses its own repositories that are in no way affiliated with Arch Linux, and the only thing it shares with Arch is the fact that it’s a rolling release and is compatible with the Arch User Repository (AUR).

Unlike Arch, Manajro Linux has an extremely easy installation procedure. Most things are automated like driver installation using ‘Hardware detection’.  Key features include intuitive, a stable rolling-release model, the ability to install multiple kernels, special Bash scripts for managing graphics drivers and extensive desktop customization.By default, you are able to play almost all media formats.

The main desktop GUI is the XFCE Edition alongside KDE & GNOME. There are also community editions or spins available. They include Bspwm, Budgie, Cinnamon, Deepin, i3, LXDE, LXQT, and MATE. Manjaro ships with a good selection of desktop software.There is even an HP device manager available to help you set up your hp devices and accessories.


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