MANJARO 0.8.7 Will Be Released By The End Of This Month
Hello guys, Whats up?
I have some news about Manjaro Linux for you guys. To be honest i have not tried this Linux distribution yet, but a friend of mine says that it works like a charm. The team behind the Manjaro Linux projects seems to be very passionate, dedicated and hard working. What is Manjaro, some of you may ask. Manjaro is a Linux Distribution based on Arch Linux and it is a very fast, lightweight and powerful.
The goal of Manjaro Linux distribution is to provide to its users the speed of Arch Linux and to be very user friendly, because Arch is used only by computer geeks. Manjaro Linux is developed in Austria, France and Germany. It is available in both 32 and 64 bit versions and it is very friendly to new comers. What about the installation, is it hard? The fact that Linux Manjaro is based on Arch does not mean that the installation is hard, the installation of Linux Manjaro is done through a user-friendly installer, so don’t worry guys.
August 19th, 2013. The Manjaro Linux Team is announcing the third release candidate of Manjaro Linux 0.8.7 which is planed to be released by the end of this month. This Manjaro Linux Version is translated in additional languages. Thanks to the Linux Manjaro community. This version of Manjaro Linux will be shipped with the graphical installed ported from Linux Mint with the intention to make the installation as easy as possible.
Some features of this release of Linux Manjaro:
> Kernel: 3.4.58 LTS
> Xorg: 1.14.2
> Webbrowser: Firefox 22.0.1
> Email Client: Thunderbird 17.0.8 (XFCE only)
> Media Player: VLC 2.0.8a
> Whisker Menu 1.1.0 (XFCE only)
> Mint Display Manager 1.3.1 (XFCE only)
> Slim Display Manager 1.3.5 (Openbox only)
> Manjaro Settings Manager 0.1.2
> Live-Installer 0.8.7
> Minimalistic XFCE 4.10 Desktop (XFCE only)
> Minimalistic Openbox 3.5.0 Desktop (Openbox only)
> PA-mixer replaced pn-mixer and volumeicon
> Better pulseaudio support
> Latest free and proprietary drivers
What do you want more? Now it is time to test this release and give feedback’s to the Linux Manjaro Team. You can download Linux Manjaro here.
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