The latest snapshot of the distribution brings some package updates along with some new tools for cleaning package management applications and installing alternative kernels.
“Package cleanup configuration - A handy tool for setting up the system to clear the paccache history of installed packages. Leaves the last three versions of each installed package after an update. This prevents the root partition from being blocked by packages that you do not use and do not need.
AKM - Arch Kernel Management allows you to install various kernel versions and their headers that are available in the Arch repository with a single click. Not only installs them Linux kernel, but it also gives you information about which version is stable and which is not.
AKM is not installed by default, but it is easily done by simply clicking the welcome button. ”
More information can be found at announcement of the new version of the distribution.