Manjaro Linux 18.1.0 Do you want to leave Windows?

Manjaro distribution is based on Arch Linux and its goal is to make things easier for novice Linux users.
Manjaro's installation is simple and can be done with two different graphical applications but also traditional via 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.

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In general, Manjaro Linux deserves your attention and leaves a lot of promise for the future.

The myth we found while working with distribution is that rolling releases can be stable and offer reliability.

So today the Manjaro Linux team announces the release of Manjaro Linux 18.1.0. The new version includes a graphical front-end for managing Snap and Flatpak packages through a tool called "buah".

This version also comes with a LibreOffice or FreeOffice installation option.

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"After six months of development, version 18.1 of Manjaro Linux is available. Juhraya (codenamed version 18.1) offers many improvements, especially in terms of Office productivity applications and package management. Only LibreOffice is now pre-installed. The latest version of Manjaro gives you the latest firmware version 18.1 of the operating system, and you can choose the free Office FreeOffice 2018 suite from the German software developer SoftMaker. You can of course continue to use LibreOffice or even quit any Office Suite application. The FreeOffice Suite is aimed at users who appreciate seamless compatibility with Microsoft Office. Uses current Microsoft DOCX, XLSX, and PPTX file formats natively. ”

More information at announcement of the new version.

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