This edition is supported by the Manjaro team and comes with KDE, a very modern and flexible desktop.

KDE is a feature-rich and versatile desktop environment that provides several different styles of menu to access applications. An excellent built-in interface to easily access and install new themes, widgets, etc, from the internet is also worth mentioning. While very user-friendly and certainly flashy, KDE is also quite resource heavy and noticably slower to start and use than a desktop environment such as XFCE. A 64 bit installation of Manjaro running KDE uses about 550MB of memory.


You can also use Torrents to download Manjaro. Just download the *.torrent file and open it with a torrent program like qBittorrent

Be secure

We encourage you to check if the download was not modified by some malicious person or by an error while downloading. As a simple check, you can generate the SHA1-sum of the downloaded file and compare it with the one we provide you here. Here you can find information how to generate such a sum and check your downloaded files.

To even further enhance the security, verify the downloaded file with a GPG (GNU Privacy Guard) signature that will ensure that the file was not modified and was actually created by the Manjaro developers. Here you can find information how to use it.


Getting started

If you are ready, click on the following link to find information what to do now.

First steps