Hi there! You may be confused, thinking, “doesn’t Antergos already have an installer, Cnchi?”
The answer to that of course is yes. Yes it does. However, to use Antergos one must first download the ISO, burn the ISO, boot the ISO, and then install the system from the ISO. All manually. Maybe it’s just me, but I know that when I was a newbie to the Linux world, I found that all confusing. Almost too confusing to go through with it. I have noticed that a few distros are starting to come out with .exe files that automatically download the ISO for you, automatically burn it to a flash drive for you, and then automatically set it to boot into Linux the next time you reboot your pc. For all of those poor Windows users out there, that seems like a great thing for them! They are already used to downloading programs and then starting the .exe file to actually install it, so why not make a version of that for Antergos? Of course, I would specifically love to have one compatible with Antergos Deepin (hence having it under this category) but if one is made for at least Antergos in general, I could adapt it to Antergos-Deepin myself. Sadly, I myself do not have the necessary knowledge or experience to pull this off alone. Due to this, I am asking if there is anyone with any interest in this what so ever, and then if there is anyone that could help me make this a reality. I would of course give full credit to whoever makes this for their work, and would mention you on my download page. Money however, I cannot give of course. If there is anyone out there who is interested at all in this, even just a little bit, please let me know It would be great to make this into a reality.