@tpalermo30 said in ISO question:
If I download the new ISO will it have to download many updates when I am installing?
I don’t think so, but if you are using Antergos already, then your system should already be updated since Arch is a rolling distro .
Also if I install GNOME but than want to try another DE do I have to reinstall Antergos from scratch or can I add it to my current installation?
Nope! Just open Pamac, the software center, and search for ‘antergos-cinnamon-setup’ and install it. Now, Cinnamon will be installed along with Gnome. When logging in, you will be able to pick which one to use. If you would prefer a plain vanilla cinnamon setup rather than Antergos’ one, just open up Pamac and click on Groups in the menu. Then, scroll down to the ‘Cinnamon’ category and install all of the programs located in that group. These will be the ones that make up Cinnamon. However, you will get Cinnamon without the Antergos touch.
Both methods will work, but simply installing ‘Antergos-cinnamon-setup’ is the easiest way to go. One click and a few minutes wait for it to install, and you’re done.
Hope this helps!
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