I have recently switched over from Windows 10 to Manjaro (with prior experience with various distros a few years ago). In my research I heard of Antergos and was attracted to it because of the ease of installation in contrast to Arch which I eventually really want to get into. I was wondering however if when doing the install of Antergos, it will still give the slim install that Arch would… in the sense that when one does an Arch install, it is almost like it is tailored to their system to get the best performance. Is this the same, or is it close to that, but not as much?
I apologize if this seems an ignorant question, but I am and have been relearning a LOT of stuff in this last week. In the past before Windows 7 was a thing, I had always been intrigued by Gentoo and related distros. And while I know Arch/Antergos/Manjaro are not Gentoo, these seem to appeal to me much more.
Thank you for your time and patience. :-)