This is Arch Anywhere, the Arch Linux for beginners

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Surely you have already heard us talk about Arch Linux many times, a very popular operating system due to its high level of customization and its Rolling Release update system. If you know it, you will also know that its installation is somewhat complicated for beginners and that if you do not have experience in the world of Linux you will not be able to install and customize it to your liking.

However, that has ended thanks to Arch Anywhere, an operating system that allows you to install and configure Arch Linux in a very simple way, suitable for all types of users and of course for beginners, who can finally enjoy Arch Linux without having to call a computer technician.

Arch Anywhere automate practically everything, offering a very simple installation interface, thanks to which you will be able to install it in just a few clicks. It also has full language support included, so you can install it in perfect Spanish, without having to download any separate package.

Also also includes other cool stuff, such as full support for a UEFI BIOS and the ability to install both 32- and 64-bit Arch Anywhere on a single disk, which is certainly very practical. We also have included a series of programs widely used by users, such as office suites and internet browsers.

Finally has a large wiki dedicated exclusively to Arch Linux, Thanks to which you will be able to learn a little about how the operating system works and all the secrets it hides. The most curious thing is that we can use a command called arch-wiki, with which we will be able to search for anything directly from the terminal, without the need for a browser.

Clearly it is a good alternative to operating systems like Manjaro (based on Arch Linux and simpler), as well as being very useful for almost all users. If you want to download his image to have Arch Anywhere, do it through this link here.

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  1.   DD said

    Let's see, Arch is not complicated to install. Today you can find all kinds of manuals and detailed explanations of how to do it on the internet. If you are not able to install it, your thing is not Linux and you should consider leaving the experiments and staying in windows. Arch is difficult to maintain for an inexperienced user, which is different. Its rolling release philosophy turns each update into a Russian roulette and it is common that after an update you run out of graphical environment or that some programs stop working. If you don't have the experience or knowledge to solve that problem when it arises ... you could have a pretty serious problem.

    1.    Adrian Martinez said

      «If you are not able to install it, your thing is not Linux and you should consider leaving the experiments and staying on Windows. You are wrong about this. This is precisely Linux. Being able to start wherever you want, install whatever you want and if you later want to be an expert and start everything but from scratch you do it, and if not, you don't do it and you stay with it, you know it.

  2.   Darumo said

    Whether leaving the subject of complexity or not, it is always good to be able to save yourself some time. It is always appreciated that in a graphic or simple way you can have everything installed.

    I also do not remember which installer to make things easier for me, afterwards I had to get used to it a bit and install some things that were not installed such as bluetooth support and some other extra service and tune everything to my liking, but no I feel inexperienced. I prefer to spend more time in an environment that is already working and fine-tune it than to spend a good time and still not have the graphics system up.

  3.   Michael C. said

    Following the arch wiki and tutorials I could not install arch manually on a dell 3567 core i5 7200u with Uefi bios, 1st attempt disable uefi and secure boot, enable Legacy, install and do not boot from grub. 2nd I followed tutorial Install arch in dell xps 13 and at the end of the installation repos do not work, I tried and it could not. With arch anywhere I managed to install arch in Uefi mode, with Systemboot, Kde Minimo, update repos and everything easy. There is a choice in linux. If it didn't work, I would go to Manjaro. Or Maui linux that runs light.

  4.   Miguel said

    Link Fallen