Well I’m new to the ‘Arch way’, so I am not sure how to install Firefox or Chrome. I gave up for now trying to deal with Chakra as they don’t include the Arch Repository. Fedora, Opensure and Ubuntu I have down. Pacman - not so much…[/quote:zbwstziy]
Welcome to the Antergos forums! This is the place to come when you have questions, because everyone is friendly and ready to extend a helping hand. And if that fails, we pull out our super-secret weapon - lots.0.logs, who is always keeping us from harm’s way.
As others have mentioned, installing programs is really a lot easier than it looks. Your Antergos install already has PacmanXG installed, so it is the easiest method. Open it up, search for the program you want to use, select it and you’ll be all set.
For the lion’s share of seven years, I stuck pretty close to Debian and Debian derivatives, so I was a bit off balance without having APT close at hand. But once I saw how easy pacman, Yaourt and PacmanXG are to use, I settled into Antergos like I had been using it for years. I still learn something new about Antergos, almost every day, but I consider that to be a good thing.
If you get just half the enjoyment of using Antergos I’ve experienced, you’re still going to be delighted with it.