OK, thanks for the replies. I know with Manjaro the officially supported Xfce is rock solid in my experience and in a general consensus, and same with Mint - Cinnamon, so I was thinking there may be a similar DE with antergos. I was hoping Cinnamon would be the one, as I do quite like it with Mint and have had almost zero issues with it - except Mint is slower to use than Manjaro.
You can guess what I’m looking for here: the stability and simplicity of Mint - Cinnamon with snappiness of Arch.
And yes, I do know how hardware can be a real issue with DE’s - I’ve been there, and appreciate the truth in that comment.
Thanks again, and I’m open to more comments/ideas.
Hi, new here. I’m not asking what is the best Desktop Environment, but which one is the most stable with an antergos install.
I have Cinnamon on my Linux Mint, and really do like it, but I’m getting a newer computer and want to try out antergos. I need to be able to just work on the system. I tried Cinnamon community edition with Manjaro, but found applications were crashing a lot and couldn’t use it.
I can get used to any DE, so which one is the most stable? Thanks