Philip Müller has announced its release Manjaro Linux 19.0, of the latest fixed version of the rolling distribution. The operating system is based on Arch Linux, and you will install it once, due to the rolling-release distribution it uses.
Philip Müller reports
"We are pleased to release another stable version of it Manjaro Linux codenamed Kyria. Our top distribution has received all the attention it deserves, as few can claim to offer such a complete and top experience with Xfce DE. With this release we release Xfce 4.14 and focus mostly on improving the user experience with the desktop
We also use a new theme called Matcha. A new Display-Profiles feature lets you save one or more profiles for your computer's preferred configuration. We have also added the automatic application of profiles when new screens are connected.
The KDE version offers the powerful, mature and feature-rich desktop in Plasma 5.17 with a unique look-and-feel, which we have completely updated for this version. ”
Read the announcement of the new release for more information.
The distribution Manjaro based on the Arch Linux and its goal is to make things easier for its novice users Linux.
Its installation Manjaro is simple and can be done with two different applications with a graphical interface but also traditionally through the terminal.
The distribution will install everything for you, from drivers to graphics cards. Allows you to change the kernel version at the touch of a button.
The myth that we found out working with distribution, is that rolling releases can be stable and offer reliability.