I am an old Linux user, jumped to the OSX boat 10 years ago and jumping back to the Linux boat with the beginning of 2018. Being nurished with debian-like distros, I am fed up with the slowness of Debian testing, bugginess of Ubuntu and unstableness of Debian unstable.
Thus, I decided to jump to new waters and try Arch Linux - which I loved it from day one (which means 2 days ago).
But, now that I have half-configured my system, I found about Antegros (and Manjaro). And searching around i found that Manjaro just slows up updates (which wipes it out of my list), while Antegros is a “pretty Arch installer - with some themes”.
Is this really the case?
I performed a quick test install and I really liked the easiness that it installed everything. I am really considering “switching to Antergos”, but if it is more or less the same, just a quick way to set up things (which indeed was a countable effort - but now is done) - then this doesn’t worth the effort.
What do you gurus think?