Manjaro Linux is a distro based on the famous Arch Linux. Arch Linux and its derivatives are always regarded as the noblest Linux distros out there. The original Arch Linux is a bit difficult, so different distros have come up for making the Arch Linux more enjoyable to the common users. Learn how to install Manjaro Linux.
Recently, Manjaro Linux released their latest version – Manjaro 18. This version has a nice codename – Illyria. Let’s check out the features of Manjaro Linux “Illyria”.
Manjaro Linux offers a very polished experience for any Linux user. By default, it comes up with a number of fixes all across the system along with some minor improvements.
- Desktop environments – The latest version of Manjaro Linux comes up with the latest version of Xfce (Xfc 4.13) and KDE Plasma (Plasma 5.14, KDE-Apps 18.08). A new Display Configuration tool eases the dealing with the presentation.
- Display profile – Using this feature, one can easily save more than one profile for different monitors. Switching to an external display makes the transition seamless.
- Kernel selection – Manjaro Linux allows users to choose the version of Linux kernel to use. Now, the latest variant offers 8 kernel series – from 3.16 up to 4.19. This ensures that Manjaro Linux runs on all the hardware.
How to enjoy the update
Manjaro Linux offers a rolling release model. So, all you have to do is update your system to enjoy the latest version of Manjaro Linux.
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