The Manjaro Linux development team today announced the availability of Manjaro Linux 20.2 as the second release for the Manjaro Linux 20 series of the Linux Arch-based Linux distribution.
Named "Nibia", Manjaro Linux 20.2 brings all the latest GNU / Linux technologies and open source software.
Compared to Manjaro 20.1, Manjaro Linux 20.2 upgrades the KDE Plasma desktop from Plasma 5.19 to the latest Plasma 5.20.4 and the GNOME desktop from version 3.36 to the latest GNOME 3.38.2.
On the other hand, the new version of Manjaro Linux also has the lightweight Xfce 4.14 user interface, as Xfce 4.16 is still in development and is expected to be released in early 2021.
If you like the Cinnamon environment, you'll also find the latest version of Cinnamon 4.8 in software repositories.
The new Manjaro Nibia version runs the latest Linux 5.9 kernel series for better hardware support, uses the Pamac package manager updated to version 9.5.12, and includes many other upstream updates.
If you want to install the Manjaro distribution on your computer, you can download the Xfce, GNOME and KDE Plasma images as ISO from official site. All three versions run on the long-term supported Linux 5.4 LTS kernel.