Manjaro Smooths Out Arch’s Rough Edges


If you want a Linux distro that is different and almost always up to date, look no further than Manjaro. If you can get it to load on your computer, Manjaro has a few features that could interest a Linux user who likes tinkering with the OS. The latest release — version 0.8.8, or “Ascello,” which came out last month — failed to impress me with its cantankerous loading, but once I got it running — which did not happen on all of my gear — I was pleased with its performance and ample desktop options.

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