Manjaro Linux 18.0: Manjaro distribution is based on Arch Linux and its goal is to make things easier for beginner Linux users.
Manjaro's installation is simple and can be done in two different ways? with a graphical environment as well as traditional via the terminal.
The installer (Calamares) used by the distribution is very easy to use and very fast.
Distribution is also very fast and the menus respond instantly, but the really special thing about it is that it's always rolling with "fresh" software.
Today, Manjaro Linux 18.0 was released today (Manjaro-Illyria 18.0). The new version runs with Linux Kernel 4.19, which will be supported over the long term.
It comes with several fixes to Pamac Pack Manager and updates to Manjaro Settings Manager.
The 4.19 LTS kernel is used for this version, such as the latest available drivers available to date.
The graphical interface for installing and removing older Kernels has improved and at the time of release it supports eight core rows, from the very stable 3.16 version to the latest 4.19 versions.
More information can be found in the official release of the publication at project forum.
If you are looking for another DE, take a look at Community Editions ISO. The distribution has several Spins supported by the Community.