I actually have a question. I have checked the internet when it comes to both Manjaro and Antergos. Manjaro I leave aside as I don’t like the idea with it’s own repositories and stuff as the main thing that made me come to Arch as an ex Windows user is the fact that I get updates when they are available.
I know it might not sound right, but I want to know I get the latest updates and in case something is buggy due to the update I want to learn how to fix it.
But my question is the following. Why do people say that Antergos is actually an installation of Arch instead of a distro? Is it because it uses the base and just installs that stuff that needs to get you going? Like DE and few programs? Or is it something else.
Right now I’m trying to figure where to remain when it comes to Arch. Either Antergos or ArchMerge :D. Maybe you guys can give some advice ^^