Welcome to the official Manjaro Linux Installation Media page. Here you will find the latest releases for download as ISO images. Please also read our User Guide to have a smooth start.
Additional flavours are available as Community Editions.
Manjaro XFCE Edition (17.1.10)
Xfce is a lightweight desktop environment for UNIX-like operating systems. It aims to be fast and low on system resources, while still being visually appealing and user friendly.
Xfce embodies the traditional UNIX philosophy of modularity and re-usability. It consists of a number of components that provide the full functionality one can expect of a modern desktop environment. They are packaged separately and you can pick among the available packages to create the optimal personal working environment.
The ‘minimal ISO’ includes a very basic selection of additional software, while the full ISO is intended as ready-to-go for everyday use.
Manjaro KDE Edition (17.1.10)
KDE is a feature-rich and versatile desktop environment that provides several different styles of menu to access applications. An excellent built-in interface to easily access and install new themes, widgets, etc, from the internet is also worth mentioning. While very user-friendly and certainly flashy, KDE is also quite resource heavy and noticably slower to start and use than a desktop environment such as XFCE. A 64 bit installation of Manjaro running KDE uses about 550MB of memory.
Manjaro GNOME Edition (17.1.10)
The GNOME Desktop Environment is being developed as part of the GNU Project, aiming to be simple and easy to use and is fully accessible. Its default display server is Wayland. While the appearance is unique it remains very customizable and a variety of extensions is available from https://extensions.gnome.org/
Like KDE it uses more resources than Xfce.
With our console-based net-installer Manjaro-Architect you can either install any of Manjaro’s official or Community maintained editions or alternatively configure freely your custom built system. All packages will be downloaded during installation in their latest versions. Manjaro-Architect supports systemd, disk encryption and a variety of filesystems, including LVM and btrfs. A tutorial is available in our forum.
How to verify our install media
Please read the according chapter (from page 19 onwards) in our Manjaro User Guide on how to verify your downloaded install media. Beginning with our 16.06.1 release, we also provide gpg verification. Therefore you need to get the developer signatures from Manjaro.
gpg --import manjaro.gpg
gpg --verify manjaro-xfce-17.1.10-stable-x86_64.iso.sig