I am a fan of manjaro for several reasons. First, I love the AUR. This is more of a feature of Arch, but the user repository essentially contains every single possible application. This makes installing any app really trivial and helps me get a new system running really quickly. I also love that everything is up to date AND nothing breaks. Manjaro brings a Ubuntu style release system on top of the rolling system of Arch. While I've never had anything break when I was using Arch, it is always nice knowing that the new packages are tested to work well before they are pushed to me. While this defeats the purpose of arch, it makes the user experience a little better. For the record I use Manjaro Gnome.
What do you dislike?
There isnt much I dislike. I am not a fan of the software the comes preinstalled with Manjaro Gnome, but its fine and pretty simple to re-theme myself and remove the bloat. The installer is O.K. at best, I personally prefer the ubuntu installer.
Recommendations to others considering the product
You should understand how linux works really really well before you try Manjaro. Arch is a very complicated system and you need a deep understanding to fully be able to use it.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I am using Manjaro to help my development. Since it is running Linux under the hood, it makes setting up developer tools really easy and all programming related software are optimized for linux.
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