Jul 2, 2016

Manjaro increasing popularity, placed third on DistroWatch!

Manjaro Linux increasing it's popularity, they placed third on DistroWatch! in the last a month. Initially i just a fad browsed on DistroWatch and i find shocking and interesting facts that in the last a month, Manjaro Linux which just Released 'Daniella', Stable release of Manjaro Linux 16.06, hits third place on DistroWatch.
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DistroWatch is not a barometer for measuring which distributions are the most used, and here we can take Linux Mint and Ubuntu family. While all versions of Linux Mint count as a single distribution, the different members of the Ubuntu family count as separate distributions. This is because DistroWatch builds on visits to the website of each distribution. Nevertheless, it may be useful to measure the interest that different distributions among users of GNU / Linux. So seeing Manjaro Linux on third place does not make it far in the third distribution used.

Majaro Linux has always aimed to offer a user - friendly operating system derived from another that was never intended to be. With XFCE and KDE environments as official, he noted for having a configuration manager that lets you choose from a variety of kernels, making available the most extensive catalog in this regard according to their own developers. Besides the installation process it is very simple, similar to Ubuntu, getting a pretty configured system from the first start.

Manjaro is a user-friendly GNU/Linux distribution based on the independently developed Arch Linux. Developed in Austria, France, and Germany, Manjaro aims to provide all of the benefits of Arch Linux combined with a focus on user-friendliness and accessibility. Available in both 32- and 64-bit versions, Manjaro Linux is suitable for newcomers as well as experienced Linux users.

Surprised to see that a derived distribution Arch Linux is becoming one of the most popular among users looking for something easy to use, while Arch is traditionally aimed at more experienced or technically-minded users. But, it is natural, if Manjaro gain more popularity, This may be due to the growing number of newcomers/new user to Linux world and those looking for a user - friendly operating system. It seemed logical that Manjaro increasingly users and popularity, like Linux Mint this is bacause they offer a user - friendly operating system.



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