Professional and user friendly Linux at its best. Evolving and giving the linux world a new face and operating experience.
Manjaro is a user-friendly Linux distribution based on the independently developed Arch operating system. Developed in Austria, France, and Germany, Manjaro provides all the benefits of the Arch operating system combined with a focus on user-friendliness and accessibility. Available in both 32 and 64 bit versions, Manjaro is suitable for newcomers as well as experienced Linux users.
Manjaro uses a Rolling Release Development Model, whereby rather than being replaced, the same core system will instead be continually updated and upgraded. As such, it is not – nor will it ever be – necessary to re-install a later release of Manjaro in order to enjoy the very latest and most up-to-date system possible. By virtue of keeping an existing installation updated, it is already the latest release.
What is Linux
Linux is an open-source operating system, meaning that it is completely free to use and free to distribute. Linux is an exceptionally robust and reliable system most commonly used for internet servers, mobile phones, and tablets (e.g. Android). However, the use of Linux as an alternative operating system for personal computers has also been growing over the years, with several million users having already discovered the benefits of it.
Manjaro Linux started as a hobby project and it’s just fun to work and develop with our great community on it! – Roland Singer
Manjaro Linux targets beginners and advanced users at the same time. We provide user interface tools and scripts to make life easier. Manjaro supports NVIDIA’s Optimus technology out of the box… – Philip Müller
Another three days passed and we have a new update-pack. Finally we have linux47 4.7.0 in our repositories. We also found the issue why VirtualBox doesn’t like kernels higher than v4.4. It is a combination of iomem and plymouth. By adding iomem=relaxed to your kernel command line in grub it boots just fine. Other than […]
A lot of our community members asked for a bugtracker so we can plan and develop faster with a common overview on what is missing or should get fixed, rather than having it for each sub-project separately. Please register to the new bugtracker and transfer your issues over from our github projects.
More than a month passed and it seemed to be a little calm around Manjaro Linux. Behind the curtain however we worked hard to get ready for our next stable release we will call Ellada. Overall changes Our KDE edition gained Plasma 5.7, Framework 5.24 and Apps 16.04. We struggled much with QT 5.7, which […]